IBM Security zSecure RACF and SMF Auditing (TK243G) » zur vollständigen Seminarliste
This course describes audit concerns that IBM® Security zSecure™ Audit reports. The course explains auditing your RACF® database and z/OS subsystems such as CICS, IMS, and DB2. You can measure your security and z/OS system settings against the security requirements of a selected policy level. Also, you learn about an Access Monitor data set containing historic RACF access decisions statistics. This information is used to find profiles, permissions, or connections that are unused and can be removed from the RACF database. Furthermore, you learn reviewing the general SMF and RACF audit settings. This course explains how to use and interpret predefined SMF reports, and how to create customized SMF reports. Finally, the Library and sequential data set status and change analysis functions are explained.
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Unit 1: Introduction to RACF auditing
Unit 2: Auditing user IDs and passwords
Unit 3: Auditing sensitive resources
Unit 4: Auditing subsystems
Unit 5: Auditing SMF
Unit 6: Using Access Monitor and RACF-Offline
Unit 7: Analyzing libraries and sequential data sets
This training is targeted for RACF security administrators and auditors who are responsible for administering RACF, generating audit reports, and auditing RACF and z/OS security. RACF and z/OS compliance officers also benefit from attending this training.
Before taking this course, make sure that you have the following skills:
- Basic knowledge of, and experience with, the z/OS platform, RACF, and zSecure
- The ability to log on to TSO and use ISPF panels
If applicable, you can achieve these skills by attending one or more of the following courses:
- IBM Security zSecure Admin Basic Administration and Reporting TK263
- Basics of z/OS RACF Administration ES19G
- Effective RACF Administration BE87G
Das Training findet auf Deutsch statt.