CA VM:Secure for z/VM (CA VM:Secure) is a comprehensive security and directory management system for z/VM.
It’s designed to help you minimize risk by establishing rigid safeguards and controlling access to z/VM and Linux on System z guest resources.
CA VM:Secure helps prevent inadvertent security exposures by automatically maintaining synchronization between the z/VM user directory and your security rules. It helps make it easier to enforce IT-wide security practices automatically, identify security offenders and produce complete security reports and audit listings.
CA VM:Secure help you optimize your z/VM environment by providing:
In 1976, IBM set the standard for security products when RACF was introduced!
From the beginning, the RACF Development Team has proudly brought you RACF, the premier product for securing your most valuable corporate data. Working closely with your operating system's existing features, IBM's award-winning Resource Access Control Facility (RACF) licensed program provides improved security for an installation's data. RACF protects your vital system resources and controls what users can do on the operating system.
You decide which resources you want to protect and which users need access to them. RACF provides the functions that let you:
CA VM:Secure is ranked 8th in Mainframe Security while IBM Resource Access Control Facility is ranked 2nd in Mainframe Security. CA VM:Secure is rated 0.0, while IBM Resource Access Control Facility is rated 0.0. On the other hand, CA VM:Secure is most compared with IBM Security zSecure, whereas IBM Resource Access Control Facility is most compared with CA ACF2, CA Top Secret, CA TPX Session Manager and IBM Security zSecure.
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