Implementation toolkit This presentation provides the user: –An overview of the SAFE toolkit and instructions to use the presentation most effectively
Implementation Toolkit Log-in This section provides the user insight into two methods to log-in to the toolkit –Via the Toolkit Webpage off the SAFE Website –From within LiveLink
Toolkit Webpage Log-in Log-in from the Toolkit Webpage This section explains how to log in to the toolkit from the Toolkit Webpage
Toolkit Webpage Log-in Click here to go to the toolkit
Toolkit Webpage Log-in On the LiveLink Log-in screen enter your user name and password:
Toolkit Webpage Log-in You arrive at the toolkit: The folder structure was developed to coincide with the Requirements Specification for the toolkit. It arranges documents either type of document or the type of activity supported.
SAFE Website Login This section provides directions to log-in to the toolkit from the SAFE-BioPharma webpage
Document Access Select the actions icon for the document with you wish to work.
Document Access This will display the pick list of available actions you may take. The contents depends on your level of permission and you may not see all the example actions. Two of the most likely actions are “Download “ and “View”. “Download” will download a copy of the document to your machine. “View” will display the document in the LiveLink view for you to read. This is a read- only mode.
Implementation Toolkit- Search Enter keyword(s) and select “Go”
Implementation Toolkit- Discussion Board If you are not already in LiveLink, go to the Toolkit Webpage and Select Discussion Board Login
Implementation Toolkit- Discussion Board If you are already in LiveLink, go to the noted drop down and select “Implementation”
Implementation Toolkit- Discussion Board Select a topic and click to view in the discussion pane. To post a topic or reply to an existing topic, select the appropriate action.
Toolkit Use The following section provides instructions for using the toolkit to support –The Implementation Process from Discovery to Deployment
Implementation Process Discover - A prospective Member organization becomes aware of the existence of SAFE-BioPharma, Assn and wishes to “discover” more about what it is and what “need” it meets. Diagnose - This phase relates to using the various documents to review the options available to implement a public key infrastructure (PKI) infrastructure. Document - The documents that support this phase provide the background and knowledge required to understand, from a SAFE perspective, subjects such as electronic identity management, how to use and verify digital signatures on documents, the contract structure and rights and responsibilities of the various participants that subscribe to the SAFE Standard. Other documents provide insight into legal and regulatory rationale for a structured approach to the use of electronic records, how SAFE and the FDA interact and a legal analysis of the use of digital signatures. All this information adds to the base of knowledge supporting the implementation of SAFE-enabled applications and can be used by both non-Member and Member companies.
Implementation Process Decide - The documents supporting this phase are more specific to supporting the actual decision to implement. These document include templates for SOP’s, template project plans, SAFE functional and technical specifications to assist in identifying the requirements that must be met by any SAFE-enabled implementation and checklists to assist the project planner and team. Deliver - Within this phase of implementation there are three separate, but closely related sub-phases and each is supported by a set of tools in the toolkit.
Deliver Sub-phases Application enablement - The documents supporting this phase provide guidance regarding compliance with the SAFE Standard and also 21CFR, Pt 11, as well as implementation methodology agnostic templates model documents supporting system lifecycle development. These later documents may be modified to meet the specific internal methodology that any specific implementing organization might use. Issuer Selection - The documents supporting this phase specifically support the decision to either implement an internal PKI or to seek the services of an external third party Issuer (which includes a registration authority (RA) and a certification authority (CA). The documents include those form the SAFE Standard document set that specify the requirements for an RA and CA and end user devices which host the end user digital identity certificates and the specific technical documents that describe the SAFE certificate policies and profiles that a CA must meet in order to work within the SAFE system. The final document in this section describes the process an internal PKI must complete in order to cross certify with the SAFE Bridge Certification Authority and be part of the SAFE system of trust. Credentialing – The documents supporting this final phase include the current documents that support the provisioning of credentials to users using the SAFE Registration and Certificate configuration Authority (RACCA) system. If SAFE adds additional credentialing mechanisms, documents will be added.
Discover Specific documents supporting this phase of implementation may be found in the noted folders.
These documents are located at 11 - SAFE Technology Architecture/SAFE Technical Specs, Process Guidelines, Policies /Policies
Document These documents are found in 11 - SAFE Technology Architecture/SAFE Technical Specs, Process Guidelines, Policies /Process Guidelines
Decide Documents supporting the Decision Phase can be found in the noted folders.
Decide These documents are found at 11 - SAFE Technology Architecture/SAFE Technical Specs, Process Guidelines, Policies /Process Guidelines and provide technical requirements for SAFE-enabled systems.
Decide These Project Plan templates can be found at 1-Templates/c – Project Plans
Decide Templates for internal policies required for implementation can be found at 1- Templates/a – Policies
Decide The template to develop an internal eIdentity Management Procedure is found at 1- Templates/a – Procedures
Decide Documents supporting initial compliance planning can be found in the 6 - Compliance folder.
Decide The SAFE Functional Requirements that must be met as part of an implementation can be found in this document located at 11 - SAFE Technology Architecture/SAFE Technical Specs, Process Guidelines, Policies /Process Guidelines/Tech Specs
Deliver There are three sub-phases in the Deliver Phase –Application Enablement –Issuer Selection –Credentialing
Application Enablement Technical requirements that must be met as part of an implementation can be found in this document located at 11 - SAFE Technology Architecture/a - SAFE Technical Specs, Process Guidelines, Policies /Tech Specs
Application Enablement These documents supporting \compliance requirements to ensure compliance with 21CFR, Part 11 are found in the 6 - Compliance folder.
Application Enablement Templates for the development of documents supporting a generic SDLC can be found in these subfolders located at 1-Templates/d – SDLC Documents
Issuer Selection Documents supporting Issuer activities with the SAFE Bridge Certificate Authority can be found at 11 – SAFE Technology Architecture/b – Implementation Technology and Infrastructure Options/ Enablement - Issuer
Issuer Selection SAFE Technical Specifications supporting Issuer activities can be found at 11 - SAFE Technology Architecture/a - SAFE Technical Specs, Process Guidelines, Policies /Process Guidelines/Tech Specs
Credentialing Documents supporting Credentialing are found in the 11 - SAFE Technology Architecture/c – Credentialing Options subfolder
Credentialing As additional credentialing sources are added, we will add new sub-folders
Conclusion This completes the overview of the SAFE Implementation toolkit, If you have questions, concerns or comments please use this link and enter a new topic on the discussion board: http://safeiwg.googlepages.com/lllogin2 or, submit a support request at the following link: http://www.safe- biopharma.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=vie w&id=251&Itemid=421