Three Ways Auditing Needs to Be a Part of Your Security Strategy
Launched: March 26, 2015
According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, the number of confirmed data breaches grows by 15% every year. Cybercriminals have been successfully creating new techniques and deceptive tactics that outpace security efforts. In this live webcast, you will learn how auditing helps mitigate the risk of data breaches by being incorporated into your security strategy. A few things we'll discuss: Security breaches and data leaks in the news and in reality How auditing complements threat defense mechanisms What must be audited and why.
Eyes on the Prize: Auditing the Top Critical Active Directory Changes with Netwrix Auditor
Launched: November 11, 2014
In this webinar, Jeff Melnick joins Sean Deuby, 11-time directory services MVP and Windows IT Pro Technical Director, to discuss Active Directory change auditing from a security and compliance perspective. They also give practical recommendations on how to enable IT change auditing in an organization.
Fireside Chat: Ensuring Your IT Policies Actually Work with Change and Access Auditing
Launched: October 15, 2014
In this featured fireside chat, MVP Jason Helmick and Ilia Sotnikov from Netwrix discuss how change and access auditing can support IT security policies by providing the necessary feedback and early alerts on any incidents. They review several real life examples of how automating this process can save time and effort on incident responses, failures root cause analysis, and passing compliance IT audits.
Top 5 Critical Active Directory Changes to Audit with Netwrix Auditor
Launched: September 16, 2014
In our most popular webcast, Netwrix pre-sales engineer Jeff Melnick joined Nick Cavalancia, technology evangelist, consultant, speaker, trainer, and writer (Techvangelism, Ascendo, Netwrix, SpectorSoft), to discuss the trending topic of IT change auditing and, specifically, Active Directory change auditing. Click the link below to find out the key highlights of this discussion, followed by a full-length video recording of the presentation.
Do You Audit Your Changes? Preventing the Next Heartbleed From Crippling Your Organization
Launched: July 22, 2014
No IT protection system is effective without an in-depth, easy-to-use change auditing and notification process. When passwords are compromised, and an attacker has legitimate credentials, systems and networks are at risk.
Watch this webinar recording to learn how recent threats proved that organizations have been lulled into a false sense of security, why every organization needs change and configuration auditing, and how Netwrix Auditor provides visibility into changes occurring across the entire IT infrastructure.
Top 5 Critical Changes to Audit in Microsoft SharePoint
Launched: June 26, 2014
Microsoft SharePoint has found its way into many IT environments, just like yours; for many organizations, it has already become a critical service. Regardless of SharePoint deployment size and maturity, absence of proper change documentation and audits can lead to a serious risk.
Join Ron Charity, Enterprise Architect, and Ilia Sotnikov, Director of Product Management at Netwrix, to see real life examples from actual SharePoint deployments and find out how third party tools such as Netwrix Auditor are helping organizations meet regulatory compliance requirements, protect sensitive information, and minimize risks to business operations.
It's Only a Matter of Time: Surviving an IT Audit
Launched: March 13, 2014
If you haven’t been through one, IT audits are a painful experience. Industry experts Alan Shimel and Nick Cavalancia discuss what specific questions auditors are asking IT, how to prepare for an audit, and what tools to use.
Active Directory Auditing Headaches and How to Solve Them
Launched: February 20, 2014
Keeping tabs on changes to Active Directory can be a challenge for even the most experienced IT administrator. In this 45-minute webinar, Microsoft MVP and Petri IT Knowledgebase Contributing Editor John O’Neill Sr., will help you identify some primary AD auditing headaches and present some tips and advice on how to manage them.