The Open Science Cyber Risk Profile (OSCRP) is a living document, developed under leadership from CTSC and ESnet, designed to help principal investigators and their supporting information technology professionals assess cybersecurity risks related to open science projects. We’re happy to share an update on its usage and appearances.
Richard LeDuc, Director of Computational Proteomics at the Proteomics Center of Excellence, Northwestern University, presented a poster “Protecting Proteomic Data Processing on the TDPortal with the Open Science Cyber Risk Profile” at the 65th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics. The TDPortal is the front end to research system of the National Resource for Translational and Developmental Proteogenomics (NRTDP) running on high performance computing at Northwestern University. The poster describes the NRTDP’s use of the OSCRP to manage risks for the TDPortal.
Two recent articles also covered OSCRP: the University of California IT Blog published “Helping Scientists Understand Research Cyber Risks,” and it was the subject of an article in IEEE Security and Privacy Magazine.