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November Meeting: Practical Ways to Use IBM i Security to Make Your Life Easier

  • 14 Nov 2017
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • IBM Global Solutions Center


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Practical Ways to Use IBM i Security to Make Your Life Easier

with Carol Woodbury, Vice President of Global Security Services at HelpSystems

During this presentation, Carol will show how you can use three areas of the system:  Auditing, Security-relevant commands and the V7R3 feature – Authority Collection to help you in your daily work.   Carol will show you how to easily get information out of the audit journal so you can take advantage of the wealth of information being gathered.  She will show you commands that you may not realize exist or features of commands you may be ignoring and provide new ways to use these commands.  Finally, she will demonstrate the security feature in V7R3 called Authority Collection and describe the practical ways you can use it in your workplace.  Questions are welcome throughout to ensure you are getting the most out of the presentation.


Carol Woodbury is Vice President of Global Security Services at HelpSystems and holds CISSP, CRISC and PCIP certifications. 

For 13 years, Carol was President and co-founder of SkyView Partners, Inc, where she led the team performing remediation services and was lead software architect.  Prior to that, Carol spent 16 years with IBM in Rochester, MN. She served for more than 10 years as the iSeries Security Architect and Chief Engineering Manager of Security Technology for IBM's Enterprise Server Group. During this time Carol provided security architecture and design consultations for IBM Business Partners and large AS/400 and iSeries customers.

She is known worldwide and is an award-winning author and speaker on security technology, specializing in IBM i (iSeries and AS/400) security. Throughout the years, Carol has written numerous articles on security and is currently a contributing author on security for MCPress Online.

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