Businesses today are increasingly aware of information security risks, and it’s easy to see why. It seems that every week there’s another news story of a high-profile security breach and no business wants to be next on that list.
The risks of a security breach are clear: the exposure of personal in
Young IT professionals sometimes have a low opinion of the mainframe as a viable career opportunity. But, their opinions often change once they start a mainframe career and realize the technology’s relevance and potential.
To fill the mainframe skills gap, companies will need to help soon-to-be IT
As we conclude our series about mainframe security and hacking, Phil talks about the people at mainframe organizations who need to be doing something. But who are the people that need to do something, and what is their current behavior?
I get it, a few mainframes that were overexposed got hacked. Get the word out, get mainframe shops to start behaving. Isn’t that good enough? Will the “wild west” of distributed computing and the tools that go with and against it become the norm on the mainframe?