Service Desk and Service Integration and Management Service Management Test Kit (Publication Date: 2024/02)


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  • Is there a policy regarding individual protocols allowed and disallowed in the environment?
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    Service Desk Assessment Service Management Test Kit – Utilization, Solutions, Advantages, BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal):

    Service Desk

    The service desk handles inquiries about policies for individual protocols that are both allowed and not allowed in the environment.

    1. Yes, there is a clear policy outlining acceptable and prohibited protocols to ensure compliance and security.

    Benefits: Ensures consistency and standardization of protocols, minimizes risks and vulnerabilities in the environment.

    2. No, but implementing a policy would enhance control over network traffic and prevent unauthorized access.

    Benefits: Improves regulatory compliance, enhances network security and reduces potential incidents and threats.

    3. Yes, there is a process in place for requesting and approving access to specific protocols based on business needs.

    Benefits: Allows for flexibility and agility in the environment while maintaining control and accountability for protocol usage.

    4. No, but implementing a process for protocol requests and approvals would provide transparency and enable proper oversight.

    Benefits: Increases visibility and accountability, promotes efficient use of resources and aligns with best practices for IT governance.

    5. Yes, regular reviews and updates of the protocol policy are conducted to ensure it remains aligned with business requirements and security standards.

    Benefits: Ensures ongoing compliance and protection against emerging threats, promotes continuous improvement and risk management.

    6. No, but establishing regular policy reviews would allow for timely updates and adjustments to address evolving business needs and potential risks.

    Benefits: Enhances responsiveness to changing demands and threats, supports proactive management of policies rather than reactive fixes.

    CONTROL QUESTION: Is there a policy regarding individual protocols allowed and disallowed in the environment?

    Big Hairy Audacious Goal (BHAG) for 10 years from now:

    Big Hairy Audacious Goal for Service Desk (10 years from now):

    To be the leading global Service Desk provider, known for exceptional customer service and innovative technology solutions, with a 99% customer satisfaction rate and an annual revenue of $1 billion.

    In 10 years, our Service Desk will have achieved a top-tier status in the industry and become the go-to solution for organizations seeking reliable and efficient IT support. Our team will continuously strive to provide best-in-class service by constantly developing cutting-edge technologies and implementing industry-leading processes.

    One of the key policies that will be in place 10 years from now is a comprehensive protocol guide for individual use within the environment. This policy will outline the protocols that are allowed and disallowed in our organization. This will ensure a secure environment and protect the sensitive data of our customers.

    Some examples of allowed protocols may include secure file transfer protocols (SFTP), virtual private network (VPN) protocols, and secure socket layer (SSL) protocols. These protocols will be carefully selected and regularly reviewed to ensure they meet the highest standards of security and efficiency.

    On the other hand, some disallowed protocols may include unencrypted file transfer protocols (FTP), simple mail transfer protocol (SMTP), and remote desktop protocol (RDP). These protocols pose a security risk and will not be permitted for individual use within our environment.

    The implementation of this policy will not only ensure a secure environment but also promote a culture of responsibility and accountability among our team members. By having a clear understanding of the allowed and disallowed protocols, our team will be equipped to handle any potential security threats and provide the best possible service to our clients.

    With this policy in place, we will proudly stand behind our promise of providing a world-class service desk experience and achieve our BHAG of becoming the leading global Service Desk provider.

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    Service Desk Case Study/Use Case example – How to use:

    Case Study: Service Desk Policy on Individual Protocols

    Synopsis of Client Situation:
    The client, a growing multinational technology firm, was experiencing challenges in managing their service desk operations due to the lack of a clear policy regarding individual protocols allowed and disallowed in the environment. The company′s IT department was receiving a growing number of requests from employees for setting up personal devices, installing new software, and accessing external networks. However, without a standardized policy in place, the IT team struggled to identify which protocols were allowed and which were not, leading to delays in request processing and potential security risks.

    Consulting Methodology:
    To address the client′s issue, our consulting team followed a three-step methodology: assessment, design, and implementation.

    1. Assessment:
    The first step involved conducting a thorough assessment of the client′s current service desk policies and procedures related to individual protocols. This included reviewing any existing documentation, interviewing key stakeholders, and analyzing help desk data to identify patterns of protocol requests. Additionally, we also conducted a risk assessment to evaluate the potential threats posed by the lack of a standardized policy.

    2. Design:
    Based on the findings of the assessment phase, our team designed a framework for a comprehensive policy on individual protocols allowed and disallowed in the environment. We focused on creating a policy that would balance organizational security requirements while also providing flexibility for employee needs. The policy included guidelines for device management, software installation, and access control to external networks.

    3. Implementation:
    The final step involved working closely with the client′s IT department to implement the new policy. This included conducting training sessions for IT staff on the new protocols and procedures, updating service desk documentation, and communicating the new policy to all employees. We also assisted in the development of a process for reviewing and approving exceptional requests that did not fall under the standard protocol guidelines.

    The main deliverables of this engagement included a comprehensive policy document, training materials, and updated service desk documentation. We also provided a risk assessment report and an implementation plan.

    Implementation Challenges:
    The main challenge faced during this engagement was balancing the diverse needs of a multinational organization while also ensuring security and compliance. The lack of a common understanding among employees on what protocols were allowed or disallowed led to confusion and resistance during the implementation phase. Additionally, managing exceptions to the standard protocol guidelines posed a challenge as it required constant review and approval by IT staff.

    Key Performance Indicators (KPIs):
    To measure the success of our consulting project, we established the following KPIs:

    1. Reduction in service desk requests related to individual protocols.
    2. Increase in employee satisfaction with the service desk process.
    3. Decrease in security threats due to unauthorized protocols.

    Management Considerations:
    While implementing the new policy, it was important to consider management implications such as communication, training, and enforcement. It was crucial to clearly communicate the new policy and the reasons behind it to employees to gain their buy-in. Providing training to IT staff and employees ensured a smooth transition to the new protocols. Enforcing the policy consistently was also essential to its effectiveness.

    1. For assessing the client′s current policies and procedures, we referred to the ITIL® Service Operation whitepaper published by AXELOS, a leading global best practice provider.

    2. To design the policy framework, we relied on the Protocol Development Process and Procedures article published in the International Journal of Security and Its Applications.

    3. The risk assessment was based on the Evaluating Risk Since Security is Non-zero Sum Game research paper published in the Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology.

    4. Implementation recommendations were made by referring to the Implementing Change Management market research report by Gartner, a leading information technology research and advisory company.

    In conclusion, the implementation of a clear policy on individual protocols allowed and disallowed in the environment was crucial for our client′s service desk operations. Our consulting team successfully designed and implemented a framework that balanced the organization′s security needs while also considering employee needs and flexibility. By following a thorough methodology, delivering on key performance indicators, and considering management implications, we were able to provide our client with a solution that improved their service desk efficiency and reduced security risks.

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