It’s not easy to hack the mainframe. But, it is possible.
Naturally, it’s easier for company insiders, who already have privileged access to key mainframe information, to wreak havoc. In a recent SHARE presentation, Charles Mills, Director of Advanced Projects for SIEM solutions provider CorreLog,
In this entry, I use a number of computer abbreviations and concepts that may not be familiar to all. I have placed a mini-glossary* at the end to make it clearer.
“I can tell you I know most corporations have an SLA* for critical patches* in Windows.* It’s probably 72 hours. Or maybe 90.
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Imagine a vast herd of wild mainframes—10,000 strong, roaming the ‘IT planes’, apparently impervious to any predators that might threaten them.
Imagine a vast disaster that everyone expects to swallow up the herd—let’s call it “Y2K”—passing harmlessly by as if it didn’t even impact on their surface
We’ve all heard it repeated ad nauseam: There’s a skills gap in mainframe, and the industry must find a way to fill the gap. Of course, where there’s a gap, there’s an opportunity. Specifically, the opportunity for young IT professionals looking to find a fulfilling career.