I’ve been invited to present in the next meeting of the GSE (UK) Enterprise Security Working Group that will take place on Thursday 5th February at CA’s Office in Ditton Park, Datchet, Slough.
I will be talking about the “State of Mainframe Security” along with my friend and colleague Steve Tresadern.
We will draw on recent experiences in mainframe security, and from these discussions and projects, to expose real and relevant vulnerabilities in the implementation of mainframe security that create broad exposures to inside and outside intrusion and compromise, negating security effectiveness and SOX and Privacy compliance. We will address common mainframe security myths, and baseline controls and tools that should be implemented.
If you would like to register, please go to the GSE UK website and click on the “Register” button located next to the event. Registration closes at midday on Wednesday 4th February.
Here are a list of topics that will be covered on the day:
- Multi Factor Authentication for z/OS
- The state of Mainframe Security
- CA Security Update
- Security Engineering at Barclays – 3 years later
- Defense In Depth! Protecting Your Mainframe Data from Risk and Loss
- RBAC: Job roles within RACF
- Security on the Mainframe – An holistic approach
Click here to download the complete agenda of this event.
Attending this meeting can earn you up to 6 CPE points for attending.
I look forward to seeing you in February!