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12846: z/OS Communication Server Network Security Overview

Monday, February 4, 2013: 3:00 PM-4:00 PM
Golden Gate 3, Lobby Level (San Francisco Hilton)
Speaker: Lin Overby(IBM Corporation)
  • z/OS Communications Server Network Security Overview (4.6 MB)
  • Traditionally, network security has been placed at the enterprise perimeter, Enterprise security deployments are increasingly implemented with multiple layers of defense to protect mission critical data systems. While perimeter-based network security is still in force, the additional enablement of network security function at the server provides a critical layer of protection in the security infrastructure. This session will describe how z/OS Communication Server self-protects z/OS from a network security perspective. Topics covered are drivers of network security function deployment into the server endpoint, as well as the policy-based network security solutions that are available on z/OS. The solution focus areas for this session include IPSec, Application Transparent TLS, integrated intrusion detection services, and IP packet filtering.

    Tracks: Network Systems, Security and Compliance and z/OS Systems Programming
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