January 12, 2018
- LEAD ARTICLE: TechTip: SQL2XLSX Now Climbs to the Summit of One Million Rows
- FEATURED ARTICLE: Things You Hope Your Auditor Never Understands About IBM i Security
- FEATURED ARTICLE: IBM i Security Event Logging and Active Monitoring: A Step by Step Guide
- NEWS HIGHLIGHT: RPG & DB2 Summit Opens Up Schedule for Several New Sessions in March
- WHITE PAPER: 2017 State of IBM i Modernization White Paper
- MC VIDEO SHOWCASE: Design an Invoice in 10 Minutes
- EVENT: OCEAN Annual January Kick Off to a Great Year of Education with Steve Will & Kevin Adler
- MC PRESS MAGAZINE: A Small Intro to Big Data, Part 3: HFDS and the MapReduce Algorithm
Let's continue our exploration of how to build very large spreadsheets.
By Giuseppe Costagliola
As I promised in my previous article, "TechTip: SQL2XLSX - The Starter Kit," I'm back to present an enhanced version of the utility that I hope you find useful.
It's a well-known fact that many auditors aren't knowledgeable about IBM i. But they're learning! Here are several IBM i configuration settings that you'd better hope your auditor never fully understands.
By Carol Woodbury
Because auditors aren't usually IBM i-savvy, administrators will often choose a configuration or provide an answer that, if fully understood by their auditor, would never be allowed. Here are some of the things that fall into that category. And yes, I'm hoping that your auditor reads this article!
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Active monitoring and log collection are at the top of the list of effective security controls. IBM i (AS/400, iSeries) users have to solve some special challenges to implement this critical security control.
by Townsend Security
Editor's note: This article introduces the white paper
IBM i customers often run multiple back-office applications on the IBM i server and it is a well-known repository for sensitive information and an active target of cyber criminals and state actors. In this eBook we discuss the core requirements for a successful active monitoring strategy, how to identify sources of security information on the IBM i platform, and steps you can take to implement an IBM i active monitoring solution.