Secure Your Enterprise Portal with Portal Security: Best Practices: FREE Webinar

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Overview:

In 2014, big retailers and mega corporations were crippled by hackers attacking their Enterprise Portals. The most recent public hack being in December, has caused a wave of fear within enterprises. According to Gartner, Cyber security is now the top priority of CIO’s in 2015, with both government and enterprises looking to secure their computer networks more stringently than ever.

Royal Cyber, a leader in IBM Product Deployments, brings you a FREE webinar where you can learn the best practices about securing your IBM Portal.

Webinar Topics & Details:

The webinar will discuss the following topics:

  1. Analyze your Portal Infrastructure:
    • Identify and Record Details.
      • Firewall, Network, OS, Web, App, Portal, DB.
      • SSO, LDAP, Federated Repositories, WebSeal, Realms.
  2. Securing Communication:
    • HTTPS, SSL, TLS.
  3. Portal Security features and Access Control.
    • Portlets, Pages, Impersonation.
    • Credential Vault, Ajax Proxy.
    • Auditing, Authentication and Authorization.
  4. Vulnerability Assessments.
    • Scanning Your Servers.
    • Closing unwanted access.
    • Preventing Code Level Vulnerabilities.
  5. Recommended Actions, Considerations and Useful Links.
  6. Royal Cyber Expertise and Offerings.

 

Date: Tuesday 27th January 2015
Timings: 10:00 AM EST/EDT
Duration: 60 Minutes

 

Speaker’s profile

Ameer Shah

Technology Consultant

Ameer is an expert IT Professional with over 8 years of experience in Software Engineering, Computer Networks, Operating Systems and Databases.

Specialties: IBM Software Solutions.

(IBM Notes and Domino, IBM Sametime, IBM QuickR, IBM Connections & CCM, IBM Websphere Portal, IBM Websphere Application Server).

Microsoft Windows Network Infrastructure.

(AD, Domain Controllers, Windows OS 2000, 2003, 2008, WSS3.0, SharePoint Portal 2003, 2007, MS Exchange Server 2003, 2007, ISA Server 2000, 2004, 2006, TMG 2010, SQL Server 2000, 2005, 2008).

Protocols: (DHCP, DNS, WINS, TCP, IP, SNMP, SMTP, POP, IMAP, HTTP, FTP, HTTPS, NRPC, ICMP, ARP, CDP, GRE, RIP, IGRP)

 

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