Prevent Mainframe Breaches with Multi-Factor Authentication

Prevent Mainframe Breaches with Multi-Factor Authentication

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Prevent Mainframe Breaches with Multi-Factor Authentication

Security is an ever-evolving issue for mainframe organizations. Challenges include new regulations, increased attacks and breaches, and ensuring appropriate employee access.

So, keeping core systems secure, even those buried deep within the organization, is not easy.

However, recent sensitive data breaches prove that additional security measures must be a priority. This post offers valuable information about secure mainframe access and how to achieve it.

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