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Featured Presentation from IBM VP & CTO Sridhar Muppidi: Continuous Security for Hybrid Multicloud

Organizations must adopt the cloud to drive digital transformation but this presents some new challenges and concerns for IT leaders, that must operate and maintain business as usual, even with more complex, hybrid and multi-cloud environments. Take a look at this presentation and learn how to...

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Webex on Security Hardening - How to lock down DataPower so that it is secure from hacking

Here are the WebEx Recording and the Presentation from the Webex on Security Hardening - How to lock down DataPower so that it is secure from hacking presentation. #security #DataPowerGateways

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Hiding sections of the user interface

This details how to customize headers with corporate colors and logos A best practice of User Interface (UI) design is to show only the information that a end user requires Showing only the information that your users care about can greatly increase their productivity and reduce your support...

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Federated Learning - Part 2

1. Introduction In the first of our blog series on federated learning in partnership with IBM Research, we wrote about the mechanism for federated learning as well as the technology behind the paper that won the Best Paper Award 2019 at AISec 2019. It is very helpful to start with that blog...

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The interaction of CHLAUTH and CONNAUTH in IBM MQ

The interaction of CHLAUTH and CONNAUTH in IBM MQ Mark P Wilson |Dec 4 2016 Updated This article explains the interaction between channel authentication records (CHLAUTH) and connection authentication (CONNAUTH) in IBM MQ. When an application connects to MQ using client bindings, network...

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Think 2020 Call for Speakers is OPEN!

The Think 2020 Call for Speakers is open! May 4-7 San Francisco. It's time to think about Think 2020 and we want to hear from our IBM Security Community. Tell us your story and submit your proposal, the more technical the better! Opportunities you’ll have as a speaker at Think • ...

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