Tag Archives: RACF

RACF Audit Minimizes Risks for Mainframe Customers

RACF Audit Minimizes Risks for Mainframe CustomersMore than 80 percent of all global z/OS installations employ RACF (Resource Access Control Facility), the IBM tool for identifying and verifying users, managing access rights and logging access to protected resources. Based on the probable assumption that IBM mainframe systems are likely used by very large companies, it can be said with great confidence that RACF protects the security of the world’s most complex IT landscapes.

Tags: |
Thomas gr. Osterhues

Thomas is Senior Manager Marketing at Beta Systems. While working at market leaders Coca-Cola and Lidl, he was infected with the tech bug and moved rapidly into the software world, working for leading ECM and IAM companies in Marketing, Channel Sales and Product & Solution Management., with a strong focus on business processes and data center solutions at large clients.
He is able to rapidly understand and articulate how technology can solve specific business challenges: for sectors, channels, prospects, teams … and bring all stakeholders on board. He is someone who gets the job done – and then some.

How to implement IT auditing in your Data Center

IT-Grundschutz-Compliance-Audit-Prozess

Ever stricter laws and guidelines are putting increasing pressure on corporate audit departments to further improve their IT security and optimize reporting. However, the laws and guidelines generally do not specify concrete IT measures that can be readily implemented. Instead, best practice approaches described in the BSI IT list of basic security measures apply. Companies are faced with the challenge of turning the measures listed there into concrete evaluation rules or policies. We provide hands-on recommendations on how to implement dynamic IT auditing and show you which requirements need to be met to be on the safe side.

Tags: | | | |
Thomas gr. Osterhues

Thomas is Senior Manager Marketing at Beta Systems. While working at market leaders Coca-Cola and Lidl, he was infected with the tech bug and moved rapidly into the software world, working for leading ECM and IAM companies in Marketing, Channel Sales and Product & Solution Management., with a strong focus on business processes and data center solutions at large clients.
He is able to rapidly understand and articulate how technology can solve specific business challenges: for sectors, channels, prospects, teams … and bring all stakeholders on board. He is someone who gets the job done – and then some.