sponsored by PowerTech
Posted:  16 Apr 2007
Published:  01 Apr 2007
Format:  PDF
Length:  14  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
The AS/400 has long been perceived as one of the most secure platforms available. But that security is only as effective as the policies, procedures and configurations that are put in place to manage a system. This study explains the six most common and critical security concern on the AS/400 and provides recommendations on how to resolve them. These concerns include:
  • Powerful User Profiles - Unbridled and unmonitored power over system applications and data
  • User and Password Management - Weak user IDs and passwords and insecure system access
  • Data Access - Poor processes and tools to monitor and control access on the AS/400
  • Network Access Control and Auditing - Authorized and unauthorized access without accountability or traceability
  • System Auditing - Lack of tools to deal with the volume of security related transactions that are created on the system





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