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Announcing a new release of CA Trusted Access Manager for Z

We are pleased to announce the next release of CA Trusted Access Manager for Z -- the only mainframe solution on the market which enables security leaders to restrict and monitor all activity by privileged identities on the mainframe.    CA Trusted Access Manager for Z Release 1...




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[TRANSCRIPT] CA Mainframe Security: Access Control – September 19, 2018

Lenn Thompson (CA) to Everyone: @Everyone: Good morning. Let's jump right in. Please remember to "Send to: Everyone" and to @Name when you're replying to someone in particular.   Lenn Thompson (CA) to Everyone: @Mark: Good morning! Do you have any questions for the team today?   ...



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[WEBCAST REPLAY] No-Fail Friday: Strengthening Mainframe Access Control with Multi-Factor Authentication

CA ACF2 and CA Top Secret provide comprehensive mainframe access control for you to gain ‘who’, ‘when’ and ‘how’ insights into critical mainframe resources. But, what about the second layer of authentication needed in today’s connected mainframe...

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2016 Fall User Group - Presentations

Thanks to all for helping to make our 2016 Fall CA Mainframe Security User Group meeting such a resounding success. We had great interaction and insightful discussion, making it a truly valuable day for all. Certainly speaking for CA, we were thrilled at the feedback, suggestions, and great...

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CA ACF2: Use Generic Signon Messages to Safeguard Against Malicious Hackers

CA ACF2 V16.0 introduces the new Generic Message Options feature , MSGOPTS GSO record . The MSGOPTS record enables you to better conform to PCI-DSS standards. The option record lets you define messages that are replaced by a generic logon failure message. The MSGOPTS record also lets you...



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Webcast Replay: No-Fail Friday: What's new in CA ACF2 R16.0 [Mar. 25th]

You asked, and we delivered. See how CA ACF2 R16.0 addresses:   • AES 256 bit encryption • Role based security and compliance • Scalability and systems utilization   Join John Pinkowski, Senior Principal Product Manager from CA Technologies