Mainframe computers process some of the world’s most sensitive data. 96 of the top 100 global banks, nine out of 10 of the top global life and health insurance companies, and 355 of global Fortune.
Mainframes aren’t going anywhere soon, but competent mainframe professionals are disappearing at a rapid rate. The core systems of the world’s largest banks, insurers, and retailers are on.
The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) added the weight of Federal fines to cyber security compliance in government operations, and for good reason – when compared to the cyber.
In May, CorreLog was pleased to announce a five-star rating from SC magazine on SIEM Correlation Server ver. 5.7.1 for its ease of use, performance, and value for money. Coincidentally, that same.
Another SHARE conference has come and gone, and we have much to report on where mainframe security is headed. Each year, SHARE demonstrates that the mainframe is not only here to stay, it’s.
Information and innovation are the most valuable commodities in our increasingly digital world. Thanks to the IT revolution, we now enjoy virtually instant categorization and access to key enterprise.
Mainframe Security: Part 3 - Where is all your sensitive data?
One vulnerability I see a lot are copies of sensitive data outside of the production environment. This sensitive data, if disclosed, can.
Mainframe Security Part 2: User Authentication
How can a system accurately determine whether access to data should be allowed when it is not certain who the user is? We have seen this in the NSA -.
Your network is vulnerable because your log management practice fails to include real-time mainframe data.
The InfoSec World show is upon us. For those of you unfamiliar with InfoSec World, it is.