Anti-virus & Anti-Ransomware solutions are commonplace
in desktop, network, and Internet/cloud environments. But what about IBM i
While admins almost always deploy Anti-Virus &
Anti-Ransomware software on non-IBM i systems, many organizations still don’t
deploy Anti-Virus & Anti-Ransomware solutions on their IBM i servers. This
is in spite of the fact that IBM i IFS files contain critical business assets
that are attractive targets for cybercriminals.
Join SEA on June 14th to learn more about how virus &
ransomware attacks affect IBM i servers and how to enhance IBM i cybersecurity &
protect IFS assets against AV/AR threats.
you’ll learn about managing IBM i virus & ransomware threats:
IBM i systems and applications are most exposed to virus & ransomware
attacks and their effects
- Regulatory compliance requirements for
Anti-Virus and Anti-Ransomware protection that mandate Anti-Virus &
- The 5
Layered Defense in Depth strategy you can employ to protect your IBM i servers
from virus & ransomware attacks
Mel Zucker is a 30+-year IBM veteran, specializing in AS/400 and IBM i customer engineering, program support, system engineering, and technical consulting.
Mel currently serves as a lead technical support resource for Software Engineering of America’s (SEA) internal and external customers. He is well versed in all aspects of IBM i system administration, operations, security, and compliance, and he teaches highly technical material such as IBM i threat protection in a down-to-earth manner.
Joe has worked with IBM i infrastructure since the dawn of the AS/400 in 1989. He has managed IBM i hardware and network systems for several Fortune 500 and private companies for the last 20+ years.
Joe has written over 1000 articles covering IBM i and networking topics, making him a go-to reference for IBM i infrastructure information.
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