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IMS10: Using Real-Time IMS Data for Security Analysis


Presentation

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is required to keep our mainframes and IMS secure. To properly implement a SIEM solution, you need real-time IMS data that can be correlated with other events by your SIEM solution. Learn how to get this real-time data from IMS without impacting performance and feed it to a SIEM to know who accessed what data and when. We will also discuss SIEM setup, implementation and panel creation.  Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is required to keep our mainframes and IMS secure. To properly implement a SIEM solution, you need real-time IMS data that can be correlated with other events by your SIEM solution. Learn how to get this real-time data from IMS without impacting performance and feed it to a SIEM to know who accessed what data and when. This is key for PCI DSS, HIPAA, GDPR, SOX, FISMA, GLBA and other compliance standards.  

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Stream: IMS
Room: Wellington B
Time: 13:45 - 14:45

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Speakers


  • Nick Griffin at BMC Software
  • Nick Griffin has over 40 years of mainframe experience in Development, Systems and Database Administration for IMS, MVS, CICS/VSAM and VTAM applications. Nick has been a developer for IMS Monitoring code and managed a development group for a competitive software vendor. Nick managed large, complex, mission critical IMS database applications for a variety of Fortune 500 companies. Most recently spent 14 years as IMS Product Manager for a large tools vendor. Nick is currently assisting sales as IMS Product Account Manager.


    Email: nick_griffin@bmc.com

  • Nick Griffin at BMC Software
  • Nick Griffin has over 40 years of mainframe experience in Development, Systems and Database Administration for IMS, MVS, CICS/VSAM and VTAM applications. Nick has been a developer for IMS Monitoring code and managed a development group for a competitive software vendor. Nick managed large, complex, mission critical IMS database applications for a variety of Fortune 500 companies. Most recently spent 14 years as IMS Product Manager for a large tools vendor. Nick is currently assisting sales as IMS Product Account Manager.


    Email: nick_griffin@bmc.com

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