This looks like a really interesting one. I don’t work with MQ that much but security settings in general are a really important part of any WebSphere environment.
Lessons Learned for WebSphere MQ V7.1 and V7.5 Security From the
|Date: September 6, 2012
Topic: Lessons learned for WebSphere MQ V7.1 and V7.5 Security From the Upcoming Secure Messaging Scenarios with WebSphere MQ IBM Redbook
Time: 11:00 AM EDT
Did you know BLOCKUSER rules do not apply to all channel types? Or that CLUSRCVR channels accept connections from SDR channels? Or that in WebSphere MQ V7.5, not even an MQ administrator can get an AMS protected message from a queue without a key? Join us September 6 for a free webinar to learn the latest WebSphere MQ security news coming out of the recent IBM Redbooks residency. The upcoming book is based on the new WebSphere MQ V7.5 released in June. The residency team built working instances of all their scenarios, documented the new V7.5 functionality and even stumbled across some surprises along the way. Don’t wait for the book to find out more about these topics and what they mean for your security plan. This webcast is free, but requires pre-registration.
|Meet the Presenter
T.Rob Wyatt, WebSphere Connectivity & Integration Product Manager, IBM
T.Rob has specialized in WebSphere MQ security for over a decade. After joining IBM in 2006 he wrote the Hardening WebSphere MQ and WMQ Security Lab sessions for the IMPACT and WSTC conferences and performed security consulting world-wide. His current assignment is as a WebSphere product manager focusing on security across the Connectivity & Integration product portfolio. T.Rob is a featured speaker at the WebSphere MQ Administration seminar this fall.
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