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Xbridge prevents data loss on IBM z Systems to reduce an organization’s risk and financial loss, preserve brand reputation, and ensure compliance with internal, industry and regulatory requirements. With Xbridge, sensitive data is easily identified, discovered, monitored and protected.
Xbridge software and services discover, protect, and monitor sensitive data and software security vulnerabilities on IBM® z/OS System® mainframes to prevent data loss and help organizations reduce risk and financial loss, preserve brand reputation, and ensure compliance with internal, industry and regulatory security requirements.
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Xbridge Systems, Data Discovery experts for z/OS, in conjunction with CorreLog, the leader in multi-platform IT security event log management, today announced the unveiling of their comprehensive DLP and real-time event auditing solution for z/OS mainframe security and compliance at SHARE San Antonio, February 28-March 4. CorreLog and Xbridge’s technology partnership and resulting solution offers … ContinuedRead More
Mainframes are still one-of-the most dependable work-horse host systems around handling incredible workloads. “Most current systems aren’t going to be able to handle that (those peak demands are going to be less peak-like, and more flat, but at those higher, peak-like levels), and the cloud isn’t going to help this time. The exception is mainframe … ContinuedRead More