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SNMP In Depth

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Sample Visio – HR New Hire Orientation

Posted in Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the November 25th, 2013
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Sample – User Roles Server Assessment Considerations – Part 1

Posted in Compliances (1300),Information Rights Management (100),Security (1500) by Guest on the November 25th, 2013

Partial list of questions to consider. 

Initial reason for purchase / business problem  
Most common Use Cases  with respect to Provisioning and Identity Management  
a)  Delegation of permissions  
b) Property generation / validation  
c) User provisioning / de-provisioning  
Review Authentication Management model (i.e. resource(s) allocated to manage Authentication  
Business Benefits realized from initial investment, Describe any ROI  
Are you using the product in ways you didn’t originally anticipate and if so, how?   
Did you originally look at any competitive solutions and if so, which ones?   
How are you utilizing Roles?  
How are you utilizing Policies?  
How are you utilizing Attestation?  
How are you utilizing SPML?  
How are you utilizing approval workflow?  
Are you using Authentication to administer AD?  
Are you using Authentication to administer DNS?  
Are you using Authentication to administer Unix enabled AD accounts?  
How are you utilizing Self Service?  
How are you utilizing Quick Connect?  
How are you utilizing De-provisioning?  
Describe the nature of any custom web extensions utilized in your deployment  
Describe the nature of any custom scripts utilized in your deployment  
How are you utilizing the web interface?  
What is the size of your configuration database?  
Is your management history co-located there?  
What group do you have defined as your Authentication Admin? (see registry)  
Did you use the built-in roles, or copy them?  
How is your SQL replication configured?  
Is the operational DC configured on the web interface?  

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Sample – ERP Manager Applications Roles

Posted in Compliances (1300),Security (1500) by Guest on the November 23rd, 2013

ERP Applications – Development

This position will manage a team of developers that design, develop, implement and support custom programs and interfaces for a suite of applications for production and non-production environments.  This team will also be responsible for providing Tier 3 support for all applications issues escalating to the vendor as necessary to insure timely resolution. 

ERP Applications – Support

This position will manage a team of analysts that provides Tier 2 and some Tier 3 support for the a suite of applications in both production and non-production environments.  Additional areas of responsibility include monitoring compliance of Incident, Change and Problem Management, SLA performance and vendor relationship management. 

ERP Applications – Reporting and Automation

This position will manage a team of developers that utilize the Lawson Business Intelligence suite of applications to provide the delivery of data via email alerts, interactive workflow driven dashboards, and Crystal Reports published to role-specific dashboards; develops custom code based on end-user requirements. This team will also be responsible for providing Tier 2 and Tier 3 support for all content related issues. 

Enterprise General Applications

Enterprise General – Web Development 

This position will manage team responsible for the development and coordination of Web based applications. This will include but not be limited to support application implementation and support objectives in the areas of groupware environments  that efficient processes are established and practiced, and through monitoring performance standards and methodologies to ensure consistent dependable Web services. 

Enterprise General – Web Applications Support

This position will manage support of Web based applications. Knowledge of web service and application environments (e.g. Tomcat, Apache, IIS 6 / 7) preferred .Knowledge of web service security capabilities preferred .Responsible for managing the support of groupware environments, responsible for managing the support of content management systems  .Prefer experience with deployment and support of web portals .Prefer experience at an enterprise application level. 

Enterprise General – Enterprise General Applications

This position will manage implementation and support of Enterprise applications. Demonstrated ability to manage the implementation of long-range IT plans and strategies. This will include but not be limited to responsibility for directing production support of vendor supplied application systems and for the integrity of electronic data. Technical knowledge and experience including, product/vendor analysis, process management, software development and application support training programs. 

Enterprise General – Integration Development

This position will manage implementation and support Integration systems. This will include but not be limited to development of application interface architecture and interface development standards. Ensuring that efficient processes are established and practiced, and through monitoring performance standards and methodologies to ensure consistent dependable Integration services. 

Enterprise General – Integration Support

This position will manage support of Integration systems.  Oversees creation of interfaces utilizing reusable services as well as translate business requirements into deployable code.  Responsible for development of reusable service objects in architecture (SFTP, ODBC, HTTP , etc.). Reviews, analyzes and provides feedback on product requirements and architectural designs. Oversees test plans and testing environment .ETL experience is preferred. Oversees departmental data analysis and trending.

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NEI Cyber Security Considerations

Posted in Compliances (1300),Security (1500) by Guest on the November 22nd, 2013

Considerations

  • NEI 10-08 – the Cyber Security Rule Implementation Evaluation Program   –  
  • NIST SP 800-66 Revision, DoD 5200.28-STD 

(Cyber IEP); NEI 10-09 – Inheritance and Common Controls; NEI 10-04 

NIST – 800-53-rev3 Recommended Security Controls for Federal Information Systems 

FERC Order 706-B and Bright Line Determination process;

  • NERC CIP standard development; identifying members for the IMP;
  • Tools and techniques for performing and optimizing assessments;
  • An update on the development of the sector’s Roadmap to Enhanced Control System Security; and updates from NRC, EPRI, DHS and others.

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Sample Visio – A Five (5) Phase Project Methodology Flow

Posted in Policies - Standards (600),Projects (400),Security (1500) by Guest on the November 22nd, 2013

The approach is described below. 

Depending on the nature of the project, some of the phases may not be part of the scope of the project.

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 Phase Project Methodology

Discover Phase

During the Discover phase, the project team works closely with you to fully understand the technical and business drivers. We ask many questions to ensure that all parties are on the same page.  By the end of this phase, we establish the requirements for the solution(s). 

Decide Phase

The Decision phase begins an iterative process to determine how much business functionality can be delivered in an agreed upon timeframe, at an acceptable budget, to meet the mutually established expectations. 

Design Phase

The Design phase encompasses the main focus of the effort. This phase is where the concepts begin to take shape.  The solution is architected based on user requirements captured during the requirements phase and our understanding of the business problem.  A detailed project plan is also developed as part of the design phase.  The architected solution and the detailed project plan define the roadmap for the next phase. The output of the design phase is a design document. 

Develop Phase

The Develop phase finalizes the work done in the Design phase.  During this phase, the solution is built and tested.  We collaborate with you to ensure that all aspects of the solution have been or will be met. Training may be part of this phase or part of the Deliver phase.  At the end of this phase, we finalize the implementation plan and schedule. 

Delivery Phase

Delivery is the last phase in the cycle that includes implementing the solution in the production environment and continued support.    This phase culminates with a final verification that the business functionality was delivered in the agreed upon timeframe, within the agreed upon budget, and met the mutually established expectations.

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