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Information Security Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Dec 10 2015

What is most valuable?

It attempts to record the usage of profiles and resources attached to a particular user. The idea is that it looks forward in the database, so if it’s not showing any activity, you can get rid of that profile.

What needs improvement?

It presents problems. The problem is, if I give someone access to it, I can’t control the scope of what they can see. They can see everything. I want to make the information available and more integrated with other security components, and I want it to be more reliable. It also needs acknowledgement that clean-up data can come from temporary cloned environments that somehow need to be incorporated… more »

What other advice do I have?

Use it as an indication of data, not as gospel. Don’t take action based solely on it. We don’t rely on it as gospel.

What is CA Cleanup?

CA Cleanup for z/OS (CA Cleanup) reduces the effort and pressure associated with maintaining current regulatory, statutory and audit requirements. It does this by removing obsolete, unused, redundant and excessive access rights through easily automated, virtually unattended and continuous cleanup of mainframe security databases CA ACF2TM, CA Top Secret and IBM RACF.

CA Cleanup customers

Standard Bank of South Africa