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CA TPX Session Manager for z/OS, CA TPX
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Overview

CA TPX™ Session Manager for z/OS (CA TPX) solves the problem of repeatedly logging in and out of your various applications connected to a VTAM network by enabling you to securely access and navigate between all the applications from a single menu.

Reduce the risk of insider threats, from malicious attacks to inadvertent threats.
CA Trusted Access Manager for Z helps deliver trusted systems and improve business efficiency through comprehensive privileged access management for your mainframe.

By eliminating the need for shared credentials, working with existing tools and producing forensics on all privileged user activity, you stay in complete control over mission-essential mainframe data.

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Sample Customers
Greenchoice, Manheim, Travelport, Rogers Communication, Acciona
Neovera, Hill International, State of Louisiana, Acciona

CA TPX Session Manager is ranked 10th in Mainframe Security while CA Trusted Access Manager for Z is ranked 11th in Mainframe Security. CA TPX Session Manager is rated 0.0, while CA Trusted Access Manager for Z is rated 0.0. On the other hand, CA TPX Session Manager is most compared with IBM Resource Access Control Facility, whereas CA Trusted Access Manager for Z is most compared with .

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