With today's advanced malware and ransomware threats, malicious programs can cause a massive business disruption. Not all organizations can recover from attack.
To avoid corrupted data and downtime, you need to consider a comprehensive approach to malware defense for Power Systems servers running IBM i, AIX, and Linux.
Join this webinar to learn about advanced malware threats and simple strategies for protecting your systems. IBM i security experts Robin Tatam and Sandi Moore will show you:
- The current state of malware and the latest trends around malware protection
- What we’re hearing from the IBM i community about the impact of malware attacks
- The controls an in-depth malware defense should include
This session will arm you with the information you need to secure your systems against today’s most pressing threats.
Tatam is HelpSystems’ Global Director of Security Technologies and a
COMMON subject matter expert (SME). As an award-winning speaker on
security topics, Robin has been interviewed and quoted by industry
magazines and has published numerous trade articles. Robin’s extensive
Power Server experience has resulted in more than 20 IBM certifications
and the highly sought after designation of ISACA-certified Information
Security Manager (CISM) and PCI-Professional (PCI-P). He is also
co-author of IBM’s Redbook publication on IBM i Data Encryption.
Sandi has been working with
HelpSystems customers for over 15 years supporting systems monitoring
and security software. With experience on IBM i, AIX, and Linux, she has
been involved in product demonstrations, implementation, support,
training, research, and product testing.
In her time at HelpSystems, Sandi has helped customers understand how to
effectively address the threats they face. Her goal is to help people
achieve the best solution to their IT problems, no matter how many
servers are in their environment or where in the world they’re located.
Organizations throughout the public and private sectors have relied on
Sandi’s expertise, whether they’re seeking to proactively protect their
systems or improve security controls after a malware attack. Sandi has
shared her knowledge at multiple user group conferences