Security is always a hot topic in mainframe, and that’s definitely the case at SHARE Sacramento, which runs this year from March 11 to March 16. Beyond a keynote on securing the mainframe by experts Phil Young and Chad Rikansrud, there are more than a dozen technical sessions that touch on security
Ezriel Gross from Circle Software Inc has been hosting training sessions at SHARE conferences since the early 90s, offering popular sessions on basic and advanced CICS concepts – he’s even won a few best session awards. This year, at SHARE Sacramento, he’s got a full plate: five total CICS sessions
Recent data breaches at major corporations have CEOs across the board on heightened alert. After all, it’s their reputations on the line. “Breaches are going to start costing CEOs their jobs – or their paychecks. Because of that, I’m hoping that now security will become more of a priority for them,”
The mainframe has been around for approximately six decades. If your first reaction to that is, “Wow, and it’s still around?” you likely aren’t the only one.
One of the most hotly anticipated events at this summer’s SHARE in Atlanta is CICS Immersion, a full-day session on the ins and outs of CICS TS Architecture, with a focus on internals, debugging and some of the common problems that CICS system programmers have to face daily.