State of the Art Security for HCL Notes/Domino Environments – Part 2: The Domino Server



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Best Practices for HCL Notes/Domino Security

Servers are the backbone of your IT environment. Their security is paramount to any IT professional. Particularly with remotely accessible servers this becomes a delicate matter. It is a fine line between making it easy for users to do their job, and making it hard for bad actors to find a way in.

Security concerns include the lack of physical security for devices, the use of unsecured networks, the unwanted external availability of internal resources, and unauthorized access from within your own organization.

HCL Domino is a powerful and mature server platform with a wide range of functionalities. While this makes it a good choice for many applications, it also means there are many ways to open yourself up to an attack.

What you will learn

  • Learn fundamentals of Domino server security
  • Fix issues with the default configuration and avoid common pitfalls
  • Provide safe and secure access via Notes client, HTTP, or SMTP
  • Set up database access control across your infrastructure
  • Protect your servers from internal attacks
  • Avoid vulnerabilities by keeping Domino servers and operating system up-to-date

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