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DS8.1 - Service Desk

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Service Desk

Establish a service desk function, which is the user interface with IT, to register, communicate, dispatch and analyse all calls, reported incidents, service requests and information demands. There should be monitoring and escalation procedures based on agreed-upon service levels relative to the appropriate SLA that allow classification and prioritisation of any reported issue as an incident, service request or information request. Measure end users’ satisfaction with the quality of the service desk and IT services.

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Value Drivers

  • Increased customer satisfaction
  • Defined and measurable service desk performance
  • Incidents reported, followed up and solved in a timely manner
  Risk Drivers
  • Increased downtime
  • Decreased customer satisfaction
  • Users unaware of the follow-up procedures on reported incidents
  • Recurring problems not addressed

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  1. Establish a service desk as a single, initial point of contact for the reporting, monitoring, escalation and resolution of customer requests and incidents. Develop business requirements for the service desk, based on service definitions and SLAs, including hours of operation and expected response time to a call. Ensure that service desk requirements include identifying staffing, tools and integration with other processes, such as change management and problem management.
  2. Ensure that there are clear instructions for service desk staff when a request cannot be immediately resolved by service desk personnel. Establish time thresholds to determine when escalation should occur based on the categorisation/prioritisation of the request or incident.
  3. Implement the necessary support software and tools (e.g., incident management, knowledge management, incident escalation systems, automated call monitoring) required for operation of the service desk and configured in accordance with SLA requirements, to facilitate automated prioritisation of incidents and rapid resolution.
  4. Advise customers of the existence of the service desk and the standards of service they can expect. Obtain user feedback on a regular basis to ensure customer satisfaction and confirm the effectiveness of the service desk operation.
  5. Using the service desk software, create service desk performance reports to enable performance monitoring and continuous improvement of the service desk.

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Good day, I am looking for a service desk frame work, or an audit ervice desk plan in order to audit a service desk.Is somedy able to provide help or documents for this topic ?Thank you by advance.JEM.
JEM | 3/2/2018 9:19:52 AM | COMMENTS(0)

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by Aleksandr Kuznetcov, CISM
A SOC is a set of staff, processes, technologies and facilities that is primarily focused on identification (detection) and response to cybersecurity incidents that arise as a result of cybersecurity threat realizations.
Volume 1, 2018
by Ofir Eitan, CISM and Aviv Srour
Cyberincident response is no different than any other type of warfare. It requires strategy, tactics, planning, technology, psychology and intelligence.
Volume 1, 2018
by Larry Marks, CISA, CRISC, CISM, CGEIT, CFE, CISSP, CRVPM, CSTE, ITIL, PMP
The intent of this article is to outline a process to define a standard operational report for use cases to identify, monitor and respond to incidents and identify several security monitoring best practices.
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by Steven J. Ross, CISA, CISSP, MBCP
Managing availability in a multi-modal environment requires a great deal of attention to details, which are being defined by the multi-modal pioneers of our day.
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