How Secure Is Your Mainframe? Will YOU Be Next?

Digital Transformation is here, and the mainframe is playing a big part. But how secure is your mainframe? How well protected is your data?

Malicious data breaches are becoming more common, and large organizations are becoming more exposed. Who will be next?

Best Practices for Mainframe Security and Data Protection

Date: Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Time: 11am Eastern, 4pm GMT

Presenter: Barbara Ballard, Product Manager, Micro Focus

Register NOW!

Join Micro Focus for the second in a series of webinars that explore the imperatives for modernizing access to host applications and data, and best practices for making them more secure.

Topics that will be covered

  • Identity management for mainframes
  • Data protection and regulatory requirements
  • Security policy alignment
  • Needs-based access to resources and data
  • Configuration and change management

Technology strategies that will be discussed

  • Data masking
  • Encryption
  • Multi-factor authentication
  • Automated sign-on
  • Integration with enterprise Identity Access Management architectures and practices

Attend this session to learn about best practices for mainframe application security and data protection. To enable your organization to fully deliver on the promise of Digital Transformation, with security in mind, and data protection built in.

Bring a Colleague!

Don’t forget to share this invitation with your colleagues in Enterprise Security, Identity Management, Data Security, Compliance, Application Planning, Development and Operations, and those concerned with achieving the benefits of modernized host mainframe application and data access.

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