iSecurity Native OS/400 Object Security
Definition of Target Security Levels per Object & Type
The challenge of securing native OS/400 objects is the basis for IBM i security due to the unique object-based architecture of the operating system and the fact that user-rights for accessing objects are checked for all operations, whether batch, interactive or over-the-web.
And, since OS/400 requires very technical definitions per each object in the system, this activity is cumbersome, error-prone and hard to maintain.
The Native Object Security solution enables system administrators to easily define target security levels per object and object type, and to check for inconsistencies between actual and planned object security settings. The product also enables using generic object names, and includes full reporting features. Raz-Lee has developed a functionally similar products for IFS objects called IFS Object Security.
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Native Object Security Features