Download the following white papers to learn about different aspects of systems management and see how NetWrix solutions can help organizations to manage IT infrastructure more efficiently and stay compliant. Most white papers are written in the unbiased style with only last section referring to the actual NetWrix solution, so they are good for general research and can be used to evaluate different vendors.
- Active Directory Change Auditing in the Enterprise: Changes can introduce untested conditions, or produce unpredictable errors and problems. Change auditing is a means whereby both IT administrators and management can readily distribute, secure and manage resources to ensure accountability and operational stability. This white paper explains why change auditing is important and covers features required for Active Directory change auditing.
- Better Active Directory Auditing Less Overhead More Power: Today´s organizations, faced with stricter internal security policies and multiple regulatory compliance requirements, continue to struggle in their efforts to make Active Directory auditing simpler and more adept at fulfilling their needs. Native Windows auditing mechanisms don´t meet the demands of modern businesses, and administrators are often left in the dark about significant and potentially harmful Active Directory changes. Learn how to easily improve native Active Directory auditing without making dramatic changes to your IT infrastructure in this eye-opening white paper written by renowned industry expert, Don Jones.
- Auditing Active Directory Changes Efficiently: Change auditing is one of the key processes that must be implemented in Active Directory in order to get control of changes done by multiple IT administrators with delegated permissions. One single change can put your organization at risk, introducing security breaches and compliance issues, therefore 100% of changes must be tracked and carefully reviewed for possible violations. This white paper describes different approaches to change auditing in Active Directory, talks about their pros and cons.
- The Audit Zone — Five Stories of Suspense and Security: Don Jones tells 5 appalling horror stories based on real-life examples of how lack of auditing can result in significant damage. In a way, that’s what IT security all comes down to, really: Auditing. Keeping track of what’s in place, what’s changing, and what’s happening. Failure to do auditing can put you in a serious trouble and even jeopardize your job.