What is Mainframe Penetration Testing?
A mainframe penetration testing is an assessment that identifies and fixes vulnerabilities within mainframe systems, using the same techniques as hackers to breach your infrastructure. According to most mainframe manufacturers, such as IBM, it is each user’s responsibility to identify and mitigate mainframe vulnerabilities, whether at the software or hardware level. Mainframe penetration testing allows organizations to uncover any opportunity for hackers to gain unauthorized access and provide actionable recommendations to mitigate each risk.
Top Mainframe Cybersecurity Risks
JES2/JES3 command authority & datasets
Why Conduct Mainframe Penetration Testing?
“ 95% of companies say they're concerned about the potential of customer data breaches on their mainframe ”