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Wednesday, September 21 • 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Integrate the Mainframe into Your Broader IT Security Strategy - Que Magnus, Micro Focus

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With cybercrime on the rise around the world we must think about the mainframe in a new way. Organizations must identify secure, modern mainframe access and application-level security controls aligned to their cloud-first strategy. Integrating the mainframe into a broader IT security strategy that includes MFA to is key to ensuring that only authorized individuals access your critical assets. Where mainframe organizations struggle is extending enterprise security control to mainframe application access and development.

Additionally, implementing data masking helps to ensure that mainframe data stays secure while complying with regulations. Untold numbers of organizations could have reduced their risk of a data breach with this practice.

And, ensuring that mainframe applications are secure while they are being developed is key to your overall security strategy – including apps written in COBOL.

In this session you will learn how to:
  • Integrate the mainframe into your broader IT security strategy, including MFA
  • Secure mainframe data with data masking
  • Ensure modern mainframe access when moving to the cloud
  • Extend enterprise-grade security controls to your existing COBOL application codebase with AppSec

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Que Mangus

Product Marketing Manager, Micro Focus
Que Mangus manages the product and solution marketing for the host connectivity solutions offered by Micro Focus. Que has 12+ years of experience in software solutions marketing and received the ITIL version 3 Foundation Certification.


Wednesday September 21, 2022 1:30pm - 2:00pm EDT
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