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How to Prevent FTP and ODBC Data Breaches on IBM i

How to Prevent FTP and ODBC Data Breaches on IBM i

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Close the "back doors" not covered by traditional security schemes
Modern interfaces like FTP and ODBC bypass menu security, often allowing end users to view,
change, and delete data without restrictions or auditing. Unfortunately, many IBM i organizations
still rely on menu security to protect their data.

Understanding the power and openness of these interfaces is critical for ensuring the integrity of

the server’s application data.

Join this webinar to learn how to close “back doors” not covered by traditional security schemes.

Security expert Sandi Moore will explain exit point security and why this little-understood topic is
so important to IBM i organizations.

You’ll also see a short demonstration of how to limit access to the users who need it.

Featured Speaker:
Sandi Moore 
Security Consultant 



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