Articles & Content
Topic: 2007 NA
Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS
DATE: 2007-5-9 (01:40 PM - 02:40 PM)
SPEAKERS: Steen Rasmussen (CA)
Auditing has always been an issue - at least to some IT organizations. The past few years have really widened the scope and auditing is now a part of everybodyís daily tasks. In the past we only had to worry about what the SYSADMís were doing and which users should be allowed to use which secondary authorization-idís. Dozens of regulatory requirements are now present and it has become mandatory to define processes making sure none of "the rules" are violated. Also, besides from checking certain rules, it is becoming more and more important to document changes of many kinds. This presentation will illustrate how some of the CA DB2 solutions can be used to comply the regulatory requirements and automate the processes needed to satisfy these requirements. In many cases it is more productive to not implement a lot of restrictions, but instead have solid reporting processes in place.
EXP. LEVEL: Beginner,Intermediate,Advanced
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