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Download "The Complete Guide to Securing IBM i Exit Points"

Exit points and exit programs aren’t new concepts, but we get more questions about them than any other topic related to IBM i security. Most people who work with IBM i have heard of them but aren’t sure if they need to use them. This guide is designed to equip IBM i pros with information about what exit points are and how exit programs work, along with their impact on your security posture. One...
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Download "Secure Inside and Out: Maximizing Intrusion Detection and Prevention on IBM i"

Data leaks and operational disruptions can come from any source—internal or external. To protect sensitive data from modern cyberthreats, all organizations need a robust intrusion detection and prevention system (IDS/IPS). The IBM i operating system includes advanced capabilities for detecting and preventing external threats, but there are still gaps that must be filled. Download this guide for...
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Download “Identity & Access Management for IBM i”

Insiders are responsible for 34 percent of data breaches—and insiders are also the most difficult threat to control control on IBM i. You can't lock them out completely because your IBM i users need at least some level of access to do their jobs. So, how do you ensure users have only the access they need without overburdening IT with manual processes that distract from other critical projects? We...
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Controlling SQL Updates Using Powertech Exit Point Manager for IBM i

Over the years, users have relied on commands like STRSQL and RUNSQL to provide instant and powerful access to the data on their Power Systems™ servers. All types of users—from programmers to system administrators to end users—use these commands as their primary interface for extracting and updating data. However, allowing a user to view, update, and even delete data without any control by the...
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Download “How IT Professionals Can Navigate PCI DSS Compliance” Guide

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) applies to every organization that processes credit or debit card information. This includes merchants and third-party service providers that store, process, or transmit credit card data. The launch of PCI DSS helped expose serious security shortcomings, failures to follow security best practices, and a general lack of awareness of the...