The security class is the parent of all classes
of protected objects. It protects the template profiles associated
with the various object classes. Each object in the security class
holds the following information:
Security class objects support the following types
the right to read a template profile. Template profiles contain the
security elements assigned to new objects.
the right to modify the values of a template profile.
Gives you the right to
modify the security profile of a security class object. Control access
implies read and write access.
The security class object provides the following
Kinds of Auditing Performed
The following events can be audited, provided
the security administrator enables auditing for the event class:
When Audit Occurs
When a process
enters the DCL command SET SECURITY or SHOW SECURITY with the /CLASS=SECURITY_CLASS
qualifier or when it uses the name SECURITY_CLASS in a call to the
system service $SET_SECURITY or $GET_SECURITY
Permanence of the Object
The security profiles of the security class object
and all its members are stored in the security object database.