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Netwrix Auditor Platform
Netwrix Auditor is a visibility platform for data security and risk mitigation that enables control over changes, configurations and access in hybrid IT environments. The unified IT audit platform provides security analytics for detecting anomalies in user behavior and investigating threat patterns before a data breach occurs.
Need visibility and governance for other IT systems? Visit the Netwrix Auditor Add-on Store to find free add-ons based on a RESTful API.
If you need visibility and control, don’t settle for the tools of yesterday
Unlike other vendors, Netwrix focuses exclusively on providing complete visibility for data security and risk mitigation in hybrid IT environments. The sharp focus enables us to offer much more robust functionality than legacy change auditing tools. Over 160,000 IT departments worldwide have already chosen Netwrix Auditor over change auditing software.
Why choose Netwrix Auditor?
- Provides clear, actionable information about every user action, without the noise associated with native auditing tools and legacy change auditing software
- Is a truly integrated platform, in stark contrast to multiple, hard-to-integrate, standalone change auditing tools from other vendors
- Operates in agentless mode so it never degrades performance or causes downtime
- Includes first-class, U.S.-based customer support with a satisfaction rate of 97%
- Offers fast, 15-minute deployment with virtual and cloud deployment options
- Provides endless ecosystem integration capabilities through a RESTful API
Delivering visibility for security and compliance is our core competency
David Sewoke, Operations Team Leader
The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on May 25, 2018, and applies to all companies processing the personal data of the EU residents, regardless of the company’s location. Thereby, compliance with the new EU regulation is a top data protection priority for 92% of the U.S. organizations in 2017, according to PwC. After all, businesses that do not comply with the GDPR will face a potential fine up to 4% of their global revenues. Nevertheless, while many organizations have already begun their compliance preparations, many are still trying to figure out what to start with.
Join our live webinar and learn how to prepare for the GDPR and avoid surprises in 2018!
-Jeff Doe, Faegre & Benson Law Firm