Incident Response and Coordination v1

Infrastructure Integration Roadmap Task

Task Type(s): Support
Start by phase: Integration
Complete by phase: Ongoing
RP role(s): Cybersecurity and incident response contact(s)

Summary

Resource Providers and ACCESS Tracks must follow incident response and coordination procedures as defined in ACCESS’s Incident Response Policy. Representatives from each RP and Track must be identified to participate in the ACCESS Incident Response Trust Group (AIRTG). This representative’s contact information must be provided and will be used in the case of an incident as defined in the Incident Response Policy.

Effort

Identifying representatives for the AIRTG and submitting names: ~1 hour.

AIRTG meetings occur weekly and take less than 30 minutes.

Prerequisite tasks

Support Information

For assistance with this task see the Support Information section in the Integration Roadmap Description.

Detailed Instructions

Submit an ACCESS ticket using the Support Portal ticket form with the following information:

Is your issue related to a resource? Not related to a resource

Is your issue related to allocations? No

Please Select an ACCESS category: ACCESS Security

Problem Synopsis: ACCESS AIRTG participants

Problem Description: Technical staff names and email to be added to the AIRTG

You will receive a response from ACCESS CONECT Cybersecurity Group indicating that the individuals have been added to the ACCESS ACCESS Incident Response Trust Group (AIRTG) and the secure communication channels outlined in the effort section above.

Document Management

Status: Official

Official date: 4/24/2023

Coordinators: Derek Simmel & Shane Filus, CONECT Cybersecurity Program

Last revised date: 07/13/2023

Retired date: