The 7 Habits of Highly Secure Organizations

Robin Tatam, PowerTech

January 19, 2010 FASUG Meeting

Everyone knows that security is important, but getting started on the road to compliance often can be confusing and intimidating. Understanding common vulnerabilities allows you to focus your attention and resources on the areas that need the most help.

We all want "best-practice" security, but what are the best organizations doing? Attend this session to learn details about how to develop the 7 habits that are part of daily life for secure organizations. You’ll learn how to:

This session will examine what each of these habits means to IBM i, and how to make sure you don’t become the next statistic.

Our Speaker is Robin Tatam, PowerTech.

Robin is Director of Security Technologies for PowerTech, a leading provider of security solutions for the System i. His responsibilities include setting strategic direction, maintaining customer relationships, and leading the team that conducts professional services and free compliance assessments. His goal is to ensure that PowerTech security solutions continue to help companies comply with industry regulations and government legislation around the world.

As an IBM-certified technical consultant, Robin is very familiar with the midrange community. He conducts technical presentations online, in the classroom, and at user group sessions, including COMMON. He has written articles for leading trade journals, and is the host of a weekly Internet Webinar series sponsored by PowerTech. In 2008, he was the co-author of the IBM Redbook, “IBM System i Security: Protecting i5/OS Data with Encryption”

Robin can be reached by email at

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