|Date:||April 12th, 2022|
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|Presentation:||HelpSystems - Authority Search Progression|
We've all heard the names of the moving components: private, *PUBLIC, authorization lists and adoption; but it's a rarity to find people that truly understand the full and accurate purpose of these elements and how to combine them into a security plan. This session provides valuable insight to introduce you to the pro's and con's of this 'gold standard' in IBM i security.
This session will define key security concepts that comprise Object Level Security along with a reveal of a few of its limitations. Understand how OLS complements other security initiatives and discover that OLS is far less scary than you may have seen in the movies. Walk away with a deeper respect for IBM i security and a highly-relevant new skill:
Robin Tatam joined HelpSystems’ in 2009 after a distinguished midrange development and consulting career. Mr. Tatam’s passion for IBM i security and compliance has resulted in him becoming one of the top IBM i security experts in the world. Robin is an award-winning speaker, a subject-matter-expert (SME) and inductee in COMMON's "Speaker Hall of Fame," and a popular guest presenter at security events around the world. Mr. Tatam co-authored the IBM Redbook on IBM i data encryption and he earned a seat on the “Panel of Experts” at the iNSIGHT Security Conference in Las Vegas. Published in numerous magazines—including full-feature technical articles in Midrange Computing and MC Press—he's the author of dozens of IBM i security articles and white papers, including the popular “State of IBM i Security” study. Robin has been interviewed on IBM i security trends by ComputerWorld, Germany’s DV Dialog magazine, and the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan. He was also recognized on IT Jungle's list of "Top 10 Best IBM i Blogs." Mr. Tatam’s technical career has culminated in dozens of professional certifications, including ISACA’s Certified Information Security Manager (CISM). He has been honored by IBM as a four-time IBM Champion, a testament to his professional and personal investment in security and his ongoing evangelism of the IBM i operating system.