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Your Mainframe privileged accounts are
prime targets for hackers

Mainframes are now more exposed than ever with connections to the Internet. Leaving them vulnerable to the same attacks as regular servers and endpoints is simply unacceptable.

Read why you need to protect privileged account passwords on your IBM z Systems

Mainframe privileged accounts are prime targets for hackers, giving them complete access to your critical systems.  Yet far too many organizations still have mainframe privileged accounts that are unknown, unmanaged, and unprotected.

Today’s Mainframes are No Longer Secure – and it Impacts You More than You’d Think

Read this Free Whitepaper to:

  • Understand why IBM z/OS privileged accounts pose a very real security risk
  • Learn best practices to protect IBM z System passwords from hackers and malicious insiders

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