Adrienne:

Welcome to the list. You sure managed to pick a good one for getting questions 
answered.

I didn't see anyone mention 'Tips and Tools for Securing your iSeries', so I 
thought I'd add it. Direct link for V5R3 is:

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r3/topic/books/sc415300.pdf
  or
http://tinyurl.com/k8dd3

That .PDF comes out of the V5R3 Information Center under the Security topic. 
You might browse through the topic to get a good overview of security elements 
and how they can interrelate.

Tom Liotta


"Adrienne McConnon" <Adrienne.McConnon> wrote:

We are relatively new to the iSeries - migrating from an HP 3000
machine, and I am the Security Officer for a small group of developers
and account managers for a service beareau company.  I have been dubbed
the 'Security Officer' unofficially, in addition to my 'Software
Engineer' title, and would like to define this role more officially.
Does anybody have suggestions as to what the normal functions and duties
of an iSeries security officer are?  Any books, articles, publications,
etc would be helpful.


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