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ISONet IT Manager Briefing Presentation Summary (PPT 1.44MB)

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    ISONet IT Manager Briefing Presentation Summary (PPT 1.44MB) ISONet IT Manager Briefing Presentation Summary (PPT 1.44MB) Presentation Transcript

    • ISONet IT Manager Briefing
      • “ A network is a group of organisations working together to solve problems or issues that are too large for any one organisation to handle on its own.”
      • Professor Priscilla Wohlstetter, 2003
    • Why consider an independent sector network?
      • Changing shape of education environment
      • Evolution of system and sector based WANs
      • Potential for K-12 networks to access AARNET
      • Possibility that individual independent schools likely to miss out on opportunities if not part of an education network
    • What will ISONet look like?
      • Carrier independent
      • Managed network core and edge devices in schools
      • Aggregated access to high speed Internet link
      • Central web cache, with free download
      • Firewall management
      • Central browser filter ,with option of local school administration
      • Virus and Spam filters
      • Security, intrusion detection and network reports
      • Help desk services
    • Independent Network Manager Selection
      • Intention: To engage a carrier independent group to manage the network and to monitor carrier performance
      • Detail Request for Quotation (RFQ) issued December 2003
      • Responses from supplies closed February 2004
      • Responses received and evaluated February 2004
      • Suppliers shortlisted April 2004
      • Discussions commenced with preferred manager May 2004
      • Network Manager chosen June 2004
    • Carrier Selection Process
      • Intention: to achieve competition, choice and state-wide coverage
      • Detail Request for Quotation (RFQ) issued July 2004
      • Responses received and evaluated August 2004
      • Suppliers shortlisted Sept 2004
      • Discussions commenced with preferred carriers Sept/Oct 2004
    • How will ISONet function?
      • Role of Earthwave - Network Manager
        • Operate under an agreement with AIS
        • Manage the core
        • Manage edge routers
        • Support participating schools
      • Role of carriers
        • Operate under a ‘Head Agreement’ with AIS
        • Enter contracts with individual schools
        • Provide data tails to schools
      • Role of AIS
        • Oversee Operation through management process
        • Manage strategic relationships with education entities and providers
        • Provide optional mail and portal services
    • About the Network Manager - Earthwave
        • Launched late 2000 by ex-IBM and Cisco network & security specialists
        • Privately owned Australian provider of Network, Security and Managed Security Services
        • Specialising in real-time security monitoring and forensics
        • Support for over 20+ Tier-1 vendors – Cisco, Check Point, RSA, Netscreen, Mcafee, etc…
        • Data Centres and Security Operation Centres providing redundant operations from Sydney and Melbourne
        • Head Office in Sydney with installation partners throughout the region
        • Channel based marketing/sales strategy with partnerships with most major integrators/telcos
        • Strong relationship with Cisco
        • 90+ customers including Small, Medium, Corporate and Government
        • All staff cleared to the Highly Protected level
        • On major government panel contracts (ATO, DOFA, ITS2319)
        • ASIO-T4 certified facility with DSD certification in the pipeline for a number of customers
        • Earthlabs – a division of Earthwave focused on R&D and Training
    • earthwave security wheel A comprehensive, integrated security process that enables an enterprise to minimise and manage risk… Threat & Risk Assessment Awareness & Training Profiling Information Assets Privacy Strategy Ethical Hacking Policies Procedures Standards Security Architecture Solution Design Technology Selection & Deployment Vulnerability Scanning Management 24x7 Monitoring Incident Response Forensics Expert Witness Litigation Support Services Information Assets 1) Assess & plan 3) Deploy & Test 4) Manage and Improve 2) Architect & Design
    • security consulting services
        • Risk Analysis
        • Penetration Testing
        • Security Assessment
        • Security Policies & Procedures
        • Security Operations
        • Incident Management
        • Awareness Training
        • Authentication & Access
        • Security Architecture
        • Technology Implementation
      • Managed Firewall Services
      • Managed IPSec/SSL VPN Services
      • Managed Intrusion Detection & Prevention Services
      • Managed Wireless Services
      • Managed Virus/SPAM Protection Services
      • Managed Vulnerability Scanning Services
      • Managed Vulnerability Protection Services
      • Managed Content Filtering Services
      • Managed URL Filtering Services
      • Managed Authentication Services
      • Managed PKI Services
      • Managed Secure Messaging Services
      • Real-time Threat Analysis & Forensics
      • Secure Internet Gateway
      managed security services
      • Domain Name Services
      • Web Hosting
      • Email (HTTP, HTTPS, POP3, IMAP)
      • Content Switching
      • Content Delivery
      • Network Operations & Management Services
      • VoIP Consulting and Operational Services
      • Off-site Backup
      value added managed services
    • Design Fundamentals
      • Tier-1 vendor and technology selection
      • Use of open standards
      • Central deployment. Distributed command, control and total visibility to each school
      • Its all about choices – make it modular
      • Secure connectivity
      • Reliability, performance, and scalability
      • High availability architecture
      • Authentication and authorisation of users and administrators to critical network resources
      • Security implementation throughout the network
      • Secure management and reporting
      • Intrusion detection for critical resources, subnets, and servers
      • Support for emerging network applications
    • Proposed Solution Architecture
    • ASIO-T4, ACSI 33 & DSD Certification
      • Independent assessment & verification
      • Configured correctly
      • Managed correctly
      • Suitable safeguards have been implemented & are operating effectively
      • Provides a level of trust in ISONet and earthwave
    • earthwave Carlo Minassian [email_address] Tel: 02 8875 7966 Mobile: 0413 514 557 www.earthwave.com.au Q/A