Experts' Guide to OS/400 & i5/OS Security

Carol Woodbury and Patrick Botz

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Experts' Guide to OS/400 & i5/OS Security

Book description:

This comprehensive guide to OS/400 and i5/OS security is your one-stop resource for securing the information assets of your business. Written by two of the industry's most knowledgeable security experts, Carol Woodbury and IBM's Patrick Botz, this book is your ticket to a secure enterprise. You'll learn the A - Z of OS/400 security, including important new features available in OS/400 Version 5 Release 2 plus a complete rundown on the security enhancements in IBM's "next generation" of OS/400: i5/OS V5R3. You'll find detailed descriptions of system values, user profiles, object authorization, and more. Special chapters address several critical areas of OS/400 security: writing a security policy, service tools security, securing the IFS, Internet security, and OS/400-i5/OS single sign-on. Experts' Guide to OS/400 & i5/OS Security continues the tradition of the bestselling Implementing AS/400 Security in providing practical, easy-to-understand explanations of security concepts and features. Numerous checklists, worksheets, and sample programs help you put the concepts to work to protect your system and your business. Throughout the book, you'll also see specific Security Recommendations that point out recommended settings, values, and procedures to help you implement the features described in the chapters.

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This was first published in June 2004

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