NETWORK PLANNING TASK FORCE
“FY ’06 FALL SESSIONS”
Meeting Schedule – FY 2006
Summer Planning Sessions (2)
Summer Focus Groups (2)
Fall Meetings (6)
October 03 –Security Discussions/ Setting Security Priorities
October 17 – Focus Group Feedback/ Establishing the Fall Priorities
October 31 – Strategic Security Discussions
November 07 – Strategic Discussions
– Strategic Discussions
– Consensus/Prioritization/Rate Setting
NPTF Fall ’05 Members
Mary Alice Annecharico / Rod MacNeil, SOM
Robin Beck, ISC
Chris Bradie/Dave Carrol, Business Services
Cathy DiBonaventura, School of Design
Geoff Filinuk, ISC
Bonnie Gibson, Office of Provost
John Keane/ Grover McKenzie , Library
John Irwin, GSE
Marilyn Jost, ISC
Deke Kassabian / Melissa Muth, ISC
Doug Berger/ Manuel Pena, Housing and Conference Services
Mike Weaver, Budget Mgmt. Analysis
Dominic Pasqualino, OACP
James Kaylor, CCEB
Reni Roberts, ISC
Kayann McDonnell, Law
Donna Milici, Nursing
Dave Millar, ISC
Michael Palladino, ISC (Chair)
Dan Shapiro, Dental
Mary Spada, VPUL
Marilyn Spicer, College Houses
Steve Stines / Joseph Shannon, Div. of Finance
Andrew Selden, PCBI
Ira Winston / Helen Anderson, SEAS, SAS, School of Design
Mark Aseltine/ Mike Lazenka, ISC
Eric Snyder, Vet School
Brian Doherty/John Yates, SAS
Richard Cardona, Annenberg
Deirdre Woods/ Bob Zarazowski, Wharton
Preliminary FY ’06 NPTF Goals
Evaluate alternative central service fee funding models.
Share and address focus group themes.
Determine new strategic initiatives/directions.
Hold as many rates flat as possible for FY ’07.
Depending on outcome of 100Mbps pilots, lower rate in January 2006.
Deploy next generation wireless APs that include capitalization in monthly ongoing rate. (ISC owned)
Identify opportunities to retire/scale back services so that resources may be redeployed to higher priorities and/or lower costs
Status of major projects and initiatives (forthcoming)
We received a wide range of input including focus groups and individual feedback.
We have listened intently, are considering suggestions in our planning and will reflect your input for both the NPTF process and overall strategies.
We hope you will see a refreshed approach towards NPTF discussion this year as a result including:
Less presentation time and more discussion.
More suggestions from participants on issues to be discussed.
Discussion must come to cost/benefits within NPTF process but before we get here we need to discuss your priorities and the drivers of N&T services and products.
We all have identified Security as one of the biggest drivers.
NETWORK PLANNING TASK FORCE
“Information Security Planning”
What are Penn’s major security problems?
Why do you think Penn has security problems?
What should we be doing that we’re not already?
STOP: What are we doing that doesn’t work well?
CONTINUE: What are we doing that works well?
Current Information Security Initiatives
Legal compliance with HIPAA, GLBA, and Payment Card Industry Standards
Critical host and campus-wide scanning
Critical host policy
Anti-virus software licensing
Secure out of the box
Training & Awareness (SANS training, quiz, brochure, articles, emails, security day, etc.)
PennKey network authentication
Websec network authentication
Standard authorization queries
New, or near-term initiatives
Critical Security Incident Reports
Best practice documents
SPIA Risk assessment
Quarterly Security Reports
Critical Host Registration Application
Incident Tracking System
Local security officers
Local security scanning
Firewalls for critical hosts
Encrypting file systems