47CP The State of IBM i Security, 2013

= Award Winning Session | = AIX | = IBM i | = Linux

Wednesday, April 10, 2013: 5:00 PM-6:15 PM
Room 16A (Austin Convention Center)

Session Abstract:
Since 2004, The PowerTech Group has been publishing an annual study of aggregated information about how well Power Systems servers are secured.  This is the only study of it’s kind published, and latest edition has been published.
Attend this important session to learn about the current state of IBM i security, from the servers that you are running.  Compiled from anonymous audit data from hundreds of servers, this recently-updated white paper focuses on 6 critical audit categories
This session will discuss the revised 2013 report, as well as review the historical trends from recent years.
Learning Objectives:
Attendees will learn about trends in securing important areas of IBM i, including:
• Powerful Users
• System Values
• Public Authority To Data
• User Profiles and Passwords
• Event Auditing
• Network Access To Data
The State of IBM i Security study should be of interest to security officers, and other staff interested in the trends found in IBM i security implementations.

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