RACF - Securing z/OS UNIX
Duration: 2 Days
This course is essential for anyone who intends to assume responsibility for maintaining z/OS Unix controls or wants to verify their z/OS Unix environment is properly secured and monitored. Participants will gain a solid understanding of z/OS Unix and how it can be secured in a system protected by RACF. The course will explore the assignment of user UID and group GID Unix identities and offer best practices for managing them. Powerful Daemon and Superuser authorities will be discussed along with guidance on their assignment and alternatives offered by UNIXPRIV profiles. Considerable time and attention will be devoted to file and directory access controls. Participants will learn how permission bits and Extended Access Control Lists (ACLs) grant access as well as how UNIXPRIV profiles influence access authorization. Techniques and best practices for granting permissions will be provided. The course includes descriptions and lab exercises for all commands used for administering permissions.
Topics Covered In This Course
Introduction to z/OS Unix
Users & Groups
High Level Authorities
Program Controls & Attributes
File System Security
Monitoring & Logging
Other Control Issues
What You Can Expect
On completing this course, students will have learned:
Who Should Take This Course
Completion of an introductory RACF Administration course or equivalent RACF experience.
Instructor-led with hands-on lab sessions.
Every student attending a Verhoef Training class will receive a certificate good for $100 toward their next public class taken within a year.
You can also buy "Verhoef Vouchers" to get a discounted rate for a single student in any of our public or web-based classes. Contact your account manager or our sales office for details.
Can't find the course you want?
Call us at 800.533.3893, or
email us at email@example.com