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12275: z/OS Ethical Hacking (aka Penetration Testing)

Monday, February 4, 2013: 9:30 AM-10:30 AM
Plaza B, Lobby Level (San Francisco Hilton)
Speakers: Mark Wilson(RSM Partners) and Paul de Graff(AIG)
  • zOS Penetration Testing (2.3 MB)
  • Paul de Graaff of American International Group and Mark Wilson of RSM Partners will reveal many common security issues and how they can be exploited. Discover how our speakers have successfully exploited these security issues while performing penetration tests for many organizations globally. Our speakers will demonstrate how users acquire inappropriate privileges on a z/OS system. Issues covered include:

    • User IDs with default passwords
    • UADS
    • HMC Protection
    • APF & Linklisted libraries that not correctly secured
    • Anonymous FTP issues

    Upon completion of this session, you will understand how to configure z/OS to better protect against unauthorized access to the system.

    Why attend this workshop session? Because you need to know what the bad guys are thinking!

    Tracks: Security and Compliance
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