Securing HP Non: Stop Servers in an Open Systems World. - download pdf or read online

By XYPRO Technology (Auth.)

Fresh company occasions have uncovered the frequency and outcomes of terrible method safeguard implementations and insufficient security of non-public details. In a global of more and more advanced computing environments, myriad compliance rules and the hovering expenditures of protection breaches, it really is economically crucial for firms to turn into proactive in imposing powerful procedure and information security features. This quantity is a entire reference for figuring out safeguard hazards, mitigations and most sensible practices as they follow to a number of the elements of those business-critical computing environments.

HP NonStop Servers are utilized by monetary, clinical, production corporations the place there could be no down time. Securing HP NonStop Servers in an Open structures international: OSS, TCP/IP, and SQL takes a large attitude view of NonStop Server use. This booklet addresses security of the Open platforms prone atmosphere, community interfaces together with TCP/IP and traditional SQL databases. It lays out a roadmap of adjustments on the grounds that our first publication HP has made to defend, elaborating at the benefits and drawbacks of enforcing each one new edition. Even the safety features of dealing with working approach improvements are given realization. Auditors, defense coverage makers, details safeguard directors and method managers will locate the sensible details they wish for placing safety rules into perform to fulfill criteria in addition to compliance laws.

* Addresses safety concerns in Open platforms Services

* serious safety issues for community interfaces TCP/IP, SQL, etc.

* Updates to protect via on the grounds that ebook of XYPRO's final booklet

Show description

Read or Download Securing HP Non: Stop Servers in an Open Systems World. TCP/IP, OSS, & SQL PDF

Similar databases books

Download e-book for iPad: The New Relational Database Dictionary: Terms, Concepts, and by C. J. Date

It doesn't matter what DBMS you're using—Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL—misunderstandings can continuously come up over the ideal meanings of phrases, misunderstandings which could have a significant impression at the luck of your database initiatives. for instance, listed below are a few universal database phrases: characteristic, BCNF, consistency, denormalization, predicate, repeating workforce, sign up for dependency.

Extra info for Securing HP Non: Stop Servers in an Open Systems World. TCP/IP, OSS, & SQL

Sample text

Protection Record Attribute: WARNING-MODE The addition of the new Protection Record WARNING-MODE attribute makes it possible to put individual Object Protection Records into Warning Mode without having to undertake the risk of putting the entire node into Warning Mode. 25) DEVICE SUBDEVICE PROCESS SUBPROCESS The values are: If WARNING-MODE is ON, Warning Mode is enabled. If WARNING-MODE is OFF, Warning Mode is disabled. The default value is OFF. 24 25 If WARNING-MODE is ON, the Object Protection Record is not enforced.

It will either GRANT all accesses to the objects protected by the Protection Record or use the Guardian file security string. Please refer to the previous book, for more information. 24 the only option for granting access from remote nodes in an ACL was all nodes (\*) or local access only. 24 of the HP NonStop Server operating system, remote access has been enhanced. Now actual node names may be specified (\NODE1) for userids within Protection Record ACLs. New: Global parameter: Global Parameter: ALLOW-NODE-ID-ACL ALLOW-NODE-ID-ACL The addition of the new global ALLOW N O D E ID ACL parameter allows specific node names to be used in object Protection Record ACLs.

F I L E O N E This pattern would be rejected because there are no wildcards in either the subvolume or filename portions of the pattern. R/SK Locating all pattern records in an environment can be difficult because the INFO command will, by default, find only exact matches to the pattern queried. The new modifier for the INFO command, ALL, will find all patterns that match the wildcard, regardless of how the PATTERN itself was wildcarded. Examp le: Using the SAFECOM INFO command to locate DISKFILE-PATTERNs.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.18 of 5 – based on 45 votes