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Malware, Ransomware, and Viruses vs Your IBM i Server

Many of us have heard that you can’t get a virus on this platform, but the reality is that the integrated file system (IFS) is a tree-like structure. This structure can house Word documents, PDFs, MP3s, JPEG images, and these files can be just as infected on the IBM i server as they can on any Windows work station or server.
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Reduce Virus Spread with QIBM_QP0L_SCAN_OPEN and QIBM_QPWFS_FILE_SERV

The data below is taken from the 2021 State of IBM i Security Study, which provides compelling insight into the security posture of 247 IBM i servers and partitions—systems that are often used for business-critical data, payment card data, and personally identifiable information (PII). The full study can be accessed here.
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Endpoint Antivirus Software: What It Is, and Why You Need It

The threat landscape can be a frightening scene when you look at the malicious attacks and ransomware infiltrating organizations around the globe. The good news: Endpoint antivirus applications are making enormous strides in their ability to protect enterprise-level equipment and data from attack. The bad news: Many companies overlook the need to secure non-Windows infrastructure and focus their...
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The Evolution of Cybersecurity Solutions for Organizations

In the early days of the internet, cybersecurity was fairly straightforward, with all solutions and strategies geared toward prevention. While prevention remains critical, cybersecurity has also had to evolve, with businesses layering their defenses and regularly evaluating the status of their safeguards to adapt to change—whether those be organizational or within the wider cybersecurity sphere.