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RE: Blocking in z/OS DB2 mainframe

Thanks David. -- Freddy Brito Technician Daitek S.A. Buenos Aires --


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RE: Blocking in z/OS DB2 mainframe

Hi Freddy, I think this should answer your question: https://docs.imperva.com/bundle/v14.2-agent-for-zos-installation-and-configuration-guide/page/62349.htm It details the Match Criteria Available with SecureSphere Agent for z/OS for Db2. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks, -- David...



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Blocking in z/OS DB2 mainframe

Hi Everyone I wonder if someone is already blocking in DB2 running in a mainframe z/OS. What changes do I need to do in the agent to accomplish blocking?. Regarding the security policy. I found this: Best regards #ImpervaAgent #On-PremisesWAF(formerlySecuresphere) #ImpervaAgentforzOS -- Freddy...


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RE: Data Classification for VSAM

From a data classfication standpoint, VSAM files are no different from any other non-DBMS files. Therefore, VSAM files cannot be classified using the common relational database classification techniques which consist of scanning of relational DBMS catalogs, then using using the catalogue...



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Data Classification for VSAM

Has anyone done data classification of VSAM files on the mainframe or know if it's supported with Imperva? #DatabaseActivityMonitoring #ImpervaAgentforzOS -- Lee Database Security Engineer Birmingham AL --



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RE: Imerva Agent startup script

@Tyrone Billups , Let me see if I can get you some help. Maybe @Brian Anderson or @Craig Burlingame can help. FYI: @Patrick McCrudden ​​ -- Christopher Detzel Community Manager Imperva --


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Imerva Agent startup script

Good Afternoon, The question I have is this. Does imperva have a startup script for Solaris? I see that there is one for the Installation Manager that sits under /etc/rc3.d directory for Solaris. DO we have for the agent also? If so, where can I get this? Thanks #Advanced Bot Protection #API...