Although the IBM i platform could be considered the most securable platform in any business or organization, many still haven't fully taken advantage of this incredible technological feature. Join us Thursday, September 12th at 3pm EST, as we outline 5 critical risks to your IBM i environment, as well as what you can do to avoid them.
In our Webinar, we intend to shed some light on:
Operator errors and interactions that impact the IBM i security setup
Users with too much authority that can interact with data that is meant to be secure.
The risk involved with remote access to the IBM i
Monitoring local activity - Leverage QAUDJRN to monitor activity that can impact business critical data
Protecting the IFS - Enforcing a common sense security policy for the IFS
Managing user authority and why excessive authority can make you more vulnerable to a data breach.
Private authorities to business critical data in files is important, but often private authorities to an *ALLOBJ user can be just as dangerous. Making sure that private authorities to all objects that can potentially cause a breach are secure is critical.
Translating security policies relevant to native IBM i access to a more client/server centric environment allows users to be aware of all access of its data, not just the native green screen or batch access.
ALloyd Ramdarie is an IBM i Technical Support team member at Software Engineering of America. His background includes working in IBM i space for quite a number years with a large extent of his experience coming from heavy involvement with securing the IBM i. He is a seasoned IT professional who can utilize his vast experiences and expertise to help you implement the very best end to end security solutions in the IBM i environment.
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