An Introduction to Implementing Object-Level Security in IBM OS/400 with Comparisons to Windows and Unix Permissions

Access control is a major component of defense-in-depth. Object-level security, which is controlling who has access to objects on a system and what type of access they have, is an important part of providing for the appropriate level of confidentiality, integrity, and availability. The purpose of...
By Jeff Gardner
June 30, 2005

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