Moving security to the mainframe

Tuesday, 10 April 2007, 4:09 PM EST

If the adage “everything old is new again” applied, a company called Vanguard Integrity Professionals would join the ranks of Lincoln Logs, short haircuts, and skinny jeans. The company wants the mainframe to be the core of your enterprise’s IT security. Not just the securing the mainframe—they want it to be the security controller for your entire enterprise.

I’m fine with the securing the mainframe but wrestle with the rest of the proposition. However, the concept is so intriguing that customers are embracing it and more companies should consider it.

At Enterprise Systems.

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