The 2013 State of IBM i Security Study
IBM i remains one of the most securable servers, but poor configuration and missing security controls can result in unauthorized data access, fraud, or worse. This study shows you the most common and dangerous IBM i security exposures and outlines how to correct them. Download the White Paper to learn the 6 dangerous IBM i configuration defaults, IBM-recommended security levels and settings, and the most common lapses in IBM i compliance.
Secure Inside and Out:
Maximizing Intrusion Detection on IBM i
Threats to your sensitive data are more diverse and more dangerous than ever. Hackers are no longer satisfied with disrupting your operations—they want your intellectual property and other sensitive information. And there's an even bigger threat inside your company's walls, coming from users with blank-check authority and no way to be monitored. This paper shows how intrusion detection mitigates the threats facing your business.
File Integrity Monitoring for IBM i
This white paper examines how file integrity monitoring (FIM) relates to Power Systems servers running IBM i (as well as System i servers running i5/OS, and iSeries or AS/400 servers running OS/400). It also highlights when and how PowerTech products can provide a solution.
Managing Privileged Users on IBM i
Bring up the topic of IBM Power Systems™ and IBM i and the subject of server viability and platform longevity invariably comes up. This paper exposes some little-known risks associated with commands and provides recommendations on ways command access should be managed, specifically to assist administrators, auditors, and managers.
State of IBM i Security Study 2013
Don’t miss the “first reveal” of a decade’s worth of research on the security configurations of IBM-i based servers and the successes and failures of organizations that run critical applications on them. Join us for the 10th anniversary of this wildly popular study: The State of IBM i Security. Along with the results, this webinar provides a review of six configuration categories. Learn what steps your own organization must take to address these continually overlooked and dangerous security exposures— including some that are often missed by professional auditors!
A Primer on IBM i User Profiles and How To Deploy Them Properly
Few areas affect the security of your IBM i server as much as your user profiles. Knowing how to configure and maintain user profiles correctly is critical to preventing unauthorized access to your data. View this important session to learn about the security aspects of user profiles.
Combatting IBM i Intruders with IDS
Did you know that IBM i contains a native Intrusion Detection System for alerting you to security events like DoS attacks? If you didn’t, you’re not alone. In this webinar IBM expert Lindsay Reiser sheds light on the network IDS you already own—but probably aren’t using. Learn how the free built-in features of IBM i and host-based IDS can help provide a ring of protection around your IBM Power Systems server.
IFS Security—Don't Leave Your Server Vulnerable
Experts agree that one of the most overlooked areas of IBM i security is the Integrated File System. Available since V3R1, the IFS provides access for users carrying nothing more than a user profile and password, so it better be secure! If you believe nothing important is stored on your server's IFS, think again, because it's a conduit to many things, including the Operating System and all of your application libraries and files. View this important session to learn about securing the IFS.
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