System z security for government and education
July 9th, 2008
Gone are the days when IT security meant only keeping out hackers. Today, security involves hundreds of compliance initiatives that require better monitoring and control to avoid penalties and maintain your reputation. While the regulations around compliance have gone a long way toward improving the integrity of IT, they have also increased complexity and make it extremely difficult to link business-level compliance with that of the infrastructure. Protecting your assets can be a costly part of doing business.
Join IBM and Triton for a free teleconferece
Date: 31st July 2008 Time: 4:00 pm BST
In this teleconference, we'll discuss how IBM System Z solutions align with indsutry best practices and can help:
- Enhance the ability of the mainframe to be the hub of enterprise security
- Reduce administration time, effort and cost, and training time for new administrators
- Translate logs into English with W7 log normalization
- Monitor user behavior with an enterprise compliance dashboard
- Easily compare behavior with regulatory and company policies
In the battle for information security, the public sector is more vulnerable and more of a target than any other IT organization. In fact, more than 50 percent of data security breaches reported since 2005 were through state and local government.
Security is always number one or two on NASCIO's priority list for strategies, management processes and solutions.
Triton Consulting and IBM bring you this complimentary teleconference as we discuss the current regulation status, the risk and cost for non-compliance, and best practices that IBM recommends to put in place to reduce exposure. We'll also discuss how IBM aligns best practices with its solutions to help address these top security issues.