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In A Guide to Practical Single Sign-On, former IBM Security Lead Patrick Botz explains how you can quickly reduce password costs when you approach SSO from a business perspective rather than technology only.

In this 1-hour webinar, security expert Patrick Botz explains a new way to cut through the technological complexity of single sign-on using a fresh, practical approach that brings SSO within easy reach of nearly any organization.

Security experts Patrick Botz and Patrick Townsend team up to explain how you can simplify the important security tasks of authentication and compliance in complex IT environments by using single sign-on (SSO) and IBM i system logging.

This solution-independent Password Management ROI Calculator helps estimate your current costs to manage user IDs and passwords, the cost of proposed solutions, and the return on investment for each of your solution options.

Security experts Patrick Botz and Patrick Townsend discuss security planning and the top 3 IBM i security tasks that you should be doing — but probably aren’t.

Learn how you can modernize, simplify and strengthen access to your IBM i by pairing Single Sign-On (SSO) with Two Factor Authentication (2FA).

SSO & Password Elimination for IBM i details how to eliminate passwords from your environment, in 5 parts, from evaluating your business need to configuring and debugging.

Information Security Management for Dummies provides actionable tips and a repeatable, business-oriented process for sensible security policies.

Learn how to improve security by following practical policies in the presentation handouts for Building A Strong Password Management System.

In this presentation, Demystifying Security, Patrick Botz offers tips on the best way to define, implement and verify adherence to your security policies.

In the presentation handouts for How Can i Do PCI?, Patrick Botz examines the 12 sections of PCI DSS, identifying which specific requirements are enforceable at the OS level, which can be addressed by native i/OS functions, and which will require additional tools.

Utilities are software programs and tools that provide useful, security related functions. This utility, like all Botz & Associates utilities, is provided as-is for a one-time charge. The one-time charge provides an enterprise-wide license.