Lotus; Nashed, Daniel: BP112 Best Practices with IBM Lotus Domino Security, IBM Software Group, Orlando 2005.

Security is one of the key aspect of every application. This session provides a set of best practices and tips on securing Domino Servers and Notes Clients. It provides information from OS-level up to Domino application level covering up to date best practices from the field. This session's goal is...

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YEAR: 2005
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LABEL: Best Practices | Lotusphere | Lotus Domino | Security
ORGANIZATIONS: IBM | Lotus
PEOPLE: Daniel, Nashed
THINGS: Domino | Security
TIME: 2005
 
Summary
BP112 Best Practices with IBM Lotus Domino Security (web link)
Speaker: Daniel Nashed
DL S. Hemisphere II - Monday 3:45pm - 4:45pm

Repeats: DL N. Hemisphere A-C - Wednesday 10:00am - 11:00am


Security is one of the key aspect of every application. This session provides a set of best practices and tips on securing Domino Servers and Notes Clients. It provides information from OS-level up to Domino application level covering up to date best practices from the field. This session's goal is to help administrators and developers identify possible security limitations in their current environments in all major areas of Domino and to provide a secure environment for standard and custom Notes and Web applications.*