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Terminal Emulation Should Be Part of Your Mainframe Security Strategy

Terminal Emulation Should Be Part of Your Mainframe Security Strategy

Content by Rocket Software

Learn how your emulator can be your secret weapon

In years past threats to computer security were simple, and systems were secured with 
locks on the server room door and a camera (or two). But a lot has changed since then.

Many organizations have grown passive when it comes to protecting their mainframe data, 
despite more than 130 large-scale, targeted breaches in the US per year. Cyber attacks have 
grown more complex and effective, leaving your business and customer data vulnerable to 
malware, ransomware, and worse. In this webinar, we'll discuss modern mainframe security 
trends and the steps you can take to secure often-overlooked mainframe weaknesses.

  • Why securing your mainframe environment is an essential business decision
  • The role terminal emulators can play
  • How to set up secure access to your mainframe
Featured Speaker:

Melissa Hasenbank
Senior Sales Engineer

Rocket Software

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