Cybersecurity Portfolio Project
This stage involves defining the scope and objectives of the project, identifying the assets that need to be protected, and assessing the potential risks and threats.
In this stage, the project team conducts a comprehensive risk assessment and analysis to identify vulnerabilities, threats, and potential impacts. This information is used to develop a risk management plan.
This stage involves designing a security solution tailored to the organization's needs. The team considers the most effective security measures, unique requirements, and integration into existing systems. Thorough testing is conducted to ensure the new measures are effective without disruption. This stage requires careful planning and collaboration to minimize risks and vulnerabilities.
This is where the solution is deployed in the IT infrastructure. How will the team go about actually deploying the solution? This focuses on the following vendor installation guides, configurations etc.
How will the team go about testing the solution for effectiveness? Will there be a penetration test on the solution or some sort of security assessment? This could involve the team testing an IDS system's alerts and signatures by attempting system attacks on a network or host basis. The system alerts will then be tested on a false positive or false negative basis. After testing, the customer will need to give its overall approval of the final report to deem the project successfully completed.