The IBM i is not on an impenetrable island all by itself â€“ itâ€™s commonly connected to many different facets of the business such as ERP applications, trading partners, and enterprise business intelligence systems. This increasing connectiveness, combined with the severity of todayâ€™s threats, makes preventing and detecting suspicious activity more important than ever.
But what does that mean for a platform like the IBM i? And how would you go about doing that?
Watch this webinar and learn how to find and block intrusion attempts on the IBM i. We discuss:
Youâ€™ll also learn how to control connections that threat actors typically use as well as manage event notifications and security alerts.
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