We all have heard the myth that IBM i is secure from viruses. While it’s true that the object-oriented architecture of the IBM i means a virus cannot infect your DB2 database, your IFS directories are a completely different story. The IFS is an integral part of the IBM i, and companies often store documents and images here, but the problem is companies don’t realize that their IFS is exposed. Join Laurie LeBlanc as she explains how you can identify risks, vulnerabilities, and areas for improvement when it comes to your IBM i Security.


Laurie LeBlanclaurie_itech
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Laurie has over 20 years of experience in the IBM i market, first as a Systems Administrator who learned RPG III and later in sales roles for software companies that focus on IBM i. With a unique blend of technical and business skills, Laurie can build trust with technology teams and communicate the business advantages to the C-Level. She focuses on building lasting relationships with her accounts, learning about their business challenges and helping to find ways to solve the issues.

Laurie earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Franklin Pierce University. She enjoys spending free time with her husband and grown children. She is the New Hampshire Ambassador for The Spastic Paraplegia Foundation.


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