EGEE III Activities for the OSCT (TSA 1.4.1, 181 PM)

Monthly ROC status update:

Base activity for all ROCs 88 PM (8 PM per ROC)

  • The workload should increase as EGI becomes closer and as the other activities mature
  • Day-to-day issues
  • OSCT-DC
  • Issues detected by the monitoring tools
  • Work in the region (challenges, local events, etc.)
  • Contributions to JSPG
  • Contributions to EGEE deliverables
  • Meeting organisation
  • EGI planning and organisation

Pan regional activities 103 PM?

  • The workload should decrease as the activities mature

Monitoring - Estimated efforts: 38 PM?

Subtask Contributing ROCs
Activity coordination CE (6 PM)
Collaboration with the Operations Automation Team ITALY (6 PM), NE(2PM)
Risk Analysis Review FRANCE (4 PM)
Sensors & results checks, Pakiti campaign SEE (4 PM)
User traceability, log processing RUSSIA (6PM)

The primary goal of the security tests is to achieve and keep a high level of overall security on the project level. Security monitoring will provide the project (or ROCs) with an overview of situation on sites. The ROC/project-level monitoring tools will run security-oriented tests utilizing the public interface of sites and make the results available to responsible people. The OSCT will primarily address monitoring performed from the project/ROC levels. Site-level security monitoring goes beyond the scope of the OSCT and currently is deemed as minor. Support for site level monitoring will be only limited and focused on cases having influence on the overall grid infrastructure. We prepared a document describing further information about how security probes will be integrated with the new Nagios infrastructure.

Incident response - Estimated efforts: 20 PM?

Subtask Contributing ROCs
Activity coordination SWE (4PM)
Incident response channels FRANCE (7 PM)
Incident response scenarios DECH (6 PM), SWE(1 PM) , SEE (1 PM)
Security service challenges NE(9 PM), CERN (2 PM), SEE (1 PM)

Training and dissemination - Estimated efforts: 35 PM?

Subtask Contributing ROCs
Activity coordination UK (3 PM)
Training and dissemination contributions APROC (4 PM), ITALY (4 PM), SWE (4 PM), SEE (4 PM), DECH (10 PM), FRANCE (2 PM)
Website, communication and outreach RUSSIA (3 PM)

To-do-list (training&dissemination)
  • All contributing ROCs add input to Service Reference Cards;(note: we no longer use "Security recommendations for grid services") Please click here to find the detail topics each ROC has chosed:
  • All contributing ROCs add input to http://t-security01.grid.sinica.edu.tw/index.html;
  • To organise a security training workshop in each ROC, once per year; The following workshop is planned:
Contributing ROCs Planned Date Links Complete Comments
France 2nd April 2009 http://indico.in2p3.fr/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=1605 Yes Participants are French site security contacts, the security officer of IN2P3 (French HEP research institution), the security officer from CNRS, probably somebody from CERT RENATER (French NREN), the French Grid CA representative, experts for some related fields (analyzing logs for example).
Asia Pacific 19th April 2009 http://event.twgrid.org/isgc2009/program.htm#EGEE2 Yes training workshop proceed ISGC 2009
UKI 1st July 2009 http://hepwww.rl.ac.uk/sysman/June2009/agenda.html Yes One day security workshop held at RAL, UK. Participants are UK site administrators and managers. Apart from Grid security topics, two external speakers from OXcert and JANET CSIRT were invited to give talks on incident handling and collabration between Grid and CSIRTs
DECH September 2009 http://www.fzk.de/gks09 Yes Half day Security training incorporate into GridKa School from August 31 to September 4 2009, in Karlsruhe / Germany
Asia Pacific 7th March 2010 http://event.twgrid.org/isgc2010/program.html No One day security workshop before ISGC 2010
         

-- MingchaoMa - 19 June 2009

Global architecture security review: 5 PM?

Subtask Contributing ROCs
review the architecture UK (3 PM), SEE (1 PM)

Audit (VO scheduler, Web applications, etc.): 5 PM?

Subtask Contributing ROCs
Perform specific security campaigns CERN (2 PM)

-- RomainWartel - 23 May 2008

Topic attachments
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Texttxt DetailTopics.txt r5 r4 r3 r2 r1 manage 0.8 K 2009-03-05 - 17:59 MingchaoMa Services each ROC chose
Texttxt OSCT_questionnaire_for_CREAM-CE.txt r1 manage 4.9 K 2009-01-09 - 17:20 MingchaoMa CREAM CE security information
Texttxt OSCT_questionnaire_for_blah.txt r1 manage 3.3 K 2009-01-09 - 17:21 MingchaoMa blah security information
Texttxt OSCT_questionnaire_for_gLite_WMS.txt r1 manage 3.9 K 2009-01-09 - 17:19 MingchaoMa gLite WMS security information
PDFpdf security-monitoring-v0.12.pdf r1 manage 89.2 K 2009-06-29 - 14:14 DanielKouril OSCT view on security monitoring in EGEE
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