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PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Presented to: Dr. Shakeel Iqbal

Presented by: Jatin mandhyan Sourav kumar

ABOUT THE PROJECT


CSIRT provides 24x7 Computer Security Incident Response Services to any user, company, government agency or organization. CSIRT provides a reliable and trusted single point of contact for reporting computer security incidents worldwide. CSIRT provides the means for reporting incidents and for disseminating important incident-related information. The first major outbreak of a worm in the global IT infrastructure occurred in the late 1980s. The worm was named Morris2 and it spread swiftly, effectively infecting a great number of IT systems around the world.

This incident acted as a wake-up call: suddenly people got aware of a strong need for cooperation and coordination between system administrators and IT managers in order to deal with cases like this.

Due to the fact that time was a critical factor, a more organized and structural approach on handling IT security incidents had to be established. And so a few days after the Morris-incident the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) established the first CSIRT

DEFINITION OF A CSIRT
A CSIRT is a team of IT security experts whose main business is to respond to computer security incidents. It provides the necessary services to handle them and support their constituents to recover from breaches.

In order to mitigate risks and minimize the number of required responses, most CSIRTs also provide preventative and educational services for their constituency.

THE BENEFITS OF HAVING A CSIRT


Having a dedicated IT security team helps an organisation to mitigate and prevent major incidents and helps to protect its valuable assets. Further possible benefits are: Having a centralised coordination for IT security issues within the organisation (Point of Contact, PoC). Centralised and specialised handling of and response to IT incidents. Having the expertise at hand to support and assist the users to quickly recover from security incidents. Dealing with legal issues and preserving evidence in the event of a lawsuit. Keeping track of developments in the security field. Stimulating cooperation within the constituency on IT security

TARGET AUDIENCE
The primary target groups for this report are governmental and other institutions that decide to set up a CSIRT in order to protect their own IT infrastructure or that of their stakeholders.

DIFFERENT KINDS OF CSIRT ENVIRONMENTS


When starting up a CSIRT (just like any other business) it is very important to very soon develop a clear view on who the constituents are and what kind of environment the CSIRT services will be developed for. Academic Sector CSIRT Commercial CSIRT CIP/CIIP Sector CSIRT Governmental Sector CSIRT Internal CSIRT Military Sector CSIRT National CSIRT Small & Medium Enterprises (SME) Sector CSIRT Vendor CSIRT

CSIRT SERVICES

PEST ANALYSIS

PROJECT PLAN FOR SETTING CSIRT


The project plan is a first estimation on the needed time. Depending on available resources the real duration of the project might be different.

Project Management: process of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing a project Project Goal is the desired outcome Should be short and simple, yet clearly communicate scope, time frame, and budget.

A Process Group is a series of steps to complete in order move on to the next phase of a project.

HOW MS PROJECT SUPPORTS SUCCESSFUL PROJECT MANAGEMENT

CHART AND DIAGRAM TOOLS


The Gantt Chart and Network Diagram are two important project management tools within MS Project. The Gantt Chart provides a graphical visualization of the project. Tasks are shown as horizontal bars Illustrates task dependencies The Network Diagrams primary purpose is to show the critical path of the project. Tasks are displayed as boxes, called nodes. Dependent tasks are linked together via link lines. The critical path is the series of tasks that dictates the earliest calculated project finish date.

GETTING STARTED WITH MS PROJECT


Starting Project View Bar Entry Table Gantt Chart Timeline Timescale A major scale (the upper scale) A minor scale (the lower scale)

VIEW BAR AND VIEW TAB

ENTRY TABLE

GANTT CHART AND SPLIT BAR

THE TIMESCALE

GETTING STARTED WITH MS PROJECT


Current Date Working Days and Nonworking Days Setting Automatic Scheduling Setting Project Start and Finish Dates Entering Tasks Saving a Project Closing a Project Opening an Existing Project Saving a Project with a new name

SETTING THE SCHEDULING MODE

SETTING PROJECT START AND FINISH DATES

CHANGING THE CURRENT DATE

ENTERING TASKS

TWO TASKS ENTERED

SAVING A PROJECT

WORKING IN DIFFERENT VIEWS

Chart or Graphic: representation of data using bars, boxes, lines, and images Sheet: A spreadsheetlike representation of data in rows and columns Form: view of many pieces of information to focus on the details of one task

Combination: view of many tasks at the top of the screen, view of task details below.

COMMON VIEWS

Gantt Chart View Network Diagram View Calendar View Task Information Dialog Box Notes Tab, Notes Indicator Relationship View Entry Table Schedule Table Split View Zooming in and Out Timescale Dialog Box Changing the timescale

NETWORK DIAGRAM VIEW

CALENDAR VIEW

TASK INFORMATION DIALOG BOX

NOTES TAB

NOTES INDICATORS

RELATIONSHIP DIAGRAM VIEW

ENTRY TABLE

SCHEDULE TABLE

SPLIT VIEW

ZOOMING IN AND OUT

CHANGING THE TIMESCALE

SUCCESSFUL PRINTING
The key aspects of successful printing: Zooming to an acceptable magnification level Print previewing work Using the page setup dialog box to make changes

GANTT CHART IN PRINT PREVIEW

BIBLIOGRAPHY

http://www.csirt.org/ http://www.csirt.org/projects/index.html https://www.cert.org/incident-management/ http://www.cert.org/incident-management/csirtdevelopment/csirt-faq.cfm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_emergency_res ponse_team www.cob.unt.edu/itds/faculty/becker/.../MS_PROJEC T_Tutorial.01.pdf www.mis.boun.edu.tr/coskun/MIS321/MS_Project_T utorial.pdf