August 2012 Training Announcement
How to Audit z/OS with MVS, RACF, ACF2, Top Secret, CICS, DB2, and MQ Series Security
Monday, August 27- Thursday, August 30, 2012
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM Registration and Refreshments
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Class Time (With 2 Breaks and 1 Hour for Lunch)
Stu Henderson – The Henderson Group
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This class shows you how the mainframe software works, how its security works, and how to audit it. It explains the three hardware controls which form the basis of all MVS security, how MVS uses the hardware controls, and why IBM gave us backdoors to these controls. You will learn how security software such as RACF and ACF2 and TopSecret works, and how they are dependent upon effective MVS security. You will learn how CICS works and how it relies on both MVS security and security software. The class covers DB2 and MQ Series as well, showing you how they work on the mainframe, and how their security works.
You will learn a systematic approach to auditing all this, and to making practical, recommendations for improvement in security for z/OS, including MVS and its associated system software.
|ADDITIONAL COURSE INFORMATION:||Detailed Course Information
Stu Henderson's website www.stuhenderson.com provides useful articles. newsletters, and links on mainframe security and audit. His seminars are taught nationwide and in-house. He can be reached at stu@stuhenderson or by phone at 301-229-7187
Huntington Bank Business Service Center
Registration on or before August 6, 2012 is as follows:
ISACA Members*: $595.00
Registration after August 6, 2012 will include an additional $100 charge:
ISACA Members*: $695.00
*Central Ohio Chapter IIA and ISSA Members (ONLY) may also sign-up at the membership rate.
All fees include course materials, snacks and drinks. Lunch is NOT included.
Last day to register is August 20, 2012 at 4:00 PM
Registration is full for this event.
Thank you for your interest, please check back for future training.
Please contact Richard Ridewood, ISACA Education Chair, at:
|614-728-4983 or Richard.Ridewood@obm.state.oh.us|