Closing the Integrity Gap in Your Mainframe
You can spend hundreds of thousands of dollars securing the applications that serve up the data, but it won’t do you any good if you don’t maintain the integrity of the operating system.
Vendors and research analysts will tell you that your number one priority is to secure your applications. There is even a practical handbook for selecting application security tools and vendors.
Has anyone told you that all it takes is one zero-day vulnerability in the z/OS operating system layer to bypass everything you have done and are doing to secure your data?
Research Reveals Pervasive Complacency Around Mainframe Security
Key Resources commissioned a study, conducted by Forrester Consulting, of 225 IT management and security decision-makers at North American companies with $500 million+ in annual revenue.
We found that despite widespread awareness concerning the stakes, enterprises simply aren’t devoting enough attention and resources to mainframe security.
5 Steps to a Modern Mainframe Security Strategy
How can organizations create a modern mainframe security strategy that will keep the organization’s most important IT asset and most sensitive data secure, but is also flexible enough to adapt to changing threats and trends?
The KRI team has years of experience helping organizations solve this challenge, from mainframe vulnerability scanning to excessive access checking. We put together a guide highlighting the five steps organizations should take to modernize their mainframe security strategy.
Zero Trust Framework Expected to Secure Mainframe
The mainframe is critical to powering businesses across industries. Despite their value, most organizations still aren’t prioritizing mainframe security, leaving their businesses open to potentially devastating repercussions from data breaches, to incorrect data ownership, to ransomware.