Updated Security Bulletin: Malware Infection Discovered on IBM i Server!

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Malicious programs can bring entire businesses to their knees—and IBM i shops are not immune.

Editor's note: This article introduces the April 2021 Webinar: Security Bulletin: Malware Infection Discovered on IBM i Server!, which is On-Demand and available to download and view from the MC Webcast Center.

Imagine what would happen to your organization if users couldn’t process orders, accept payments, access customer lists, or any number of day-to-day activities.

Despite the rise in crippling malware and ransomware attacks over the past year, many Power Systems owners still don’t see viruses as a risk because they consider them to only be a Windows threat.

It’s critical to grasp the true impact malware can have on IBM i and the network that connects to it. Attend this webinar to gain a thorough understanding of the relationships between:

  • Viruses, native objects, and the integrated file system (IFS)
  • Power Systems and Windows-based viruses and malware
  • PC-based anti-virus scanning versus native IBM i scanning

There are a number of ways you can minimize your exposure to viruses. IBM i security expert Sandi Moore explains the facts, including how to ensure you're fully protected and compliant with regulations such as PCI.

 

 

Security Bulletin: Malware Infection Discovered on IBM i Server!

Malicious programs can bring entire businesses to their knees—and IBM i shops are not immune.

 

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