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In today's world of advanced malware, zero-day attacks, and stealthy threats, simply having visibility into the malware affecting your organization is not enough. If you want to protect your business from the costs, risks, and brand damage these threats can cause, you need to consider a more comprehensive approach to complete malware defense.
Not so long ago, viruses were just one of those little annoyances that come along with using a computer, akin to the gnat that orbits your head at the family picnic.
Do you all remember Malcom Haines’ presentation comparing the viruses on Windows and on IBM i? The first slide, for Microsoft, was an entire page filled, at a 4-point font, with different viruses. Then Malcom switched to the IBM i slide, which was blank. This would always result in an outburst in laughter among us IBM i evangelists.
Many considered Heartbleed the worst vulnerability ever discovered, but other malicious threats have been unleashed since the Heartbleed Bug, with a significant growth in mobile malware. Watch this webinar to learn how to protect your system.
Watch this recording to learn about three areas of vulnerability when securing the IFS: Wide-open access, File shares and Virus scanning.
With any security implementation, established rules become less effective as time passes. Because your security requirements and your systems aren’t static, you must continually audit and adapt your security plan to stay current. Be aware that your system is constantly changing.