Azure Active Directory Auditing and Reporting
for Azure AD enables you to quickly detect and investigate incidents that threaten your cloud security
or could cause downtime.
Simplify Azure Active Directory auditing
with Netwrix Auditor
to strengthen cloud security
and prove IT compliance
Find out how organizations of all sizes are using
Netwrix Auditor to improve cloud security and pass
compliance audits faster
"We use Netwrix Auditor to make sure that our environment is not sabotaged. We are always aware of what has been done and who did it. We know that appropriate controls are in place and no one has more access and power than they need."
Group Policy auditing with Netwrix Auditor for Active Directory
Lack of proper Group Policy auditing puts the business at risk in multiple ways. Unauthorized, accidental or malicious changes to Group Policy settings can jeopardize the security of sensitive resources, interrupt critical processes and services, and lead to failed compliance audits. Built-in Group Policy auditing tools provide very limited capabilities to track Group Policy changes, and Windows auditing can report only that a Group Policy was changed, with no supporting details.
Netwrix Auditor for Active Directory enables organizations to audit all Group Policy changes. It provides detailed reports about who changed what, when and where each change was made, and the before and after values for each modified setting. Moreover, administrators can get alerts about changes to critical settings so they can respond immediately.
Active Directory restore with Netwrix Auditor for Active Directory
Whenever an unauthorized change occurs in Active Directory, IT administrators need to be able to quickly recover Active Directory without impacting user productivity or causing significant downtime.
Netwrix Auditor for Active Directory helps ensure business continuity by enabling quick and easy Active Directory recovery. IT admins can restore the Active Directory configuration to its previous state without any downtime or having to restore from backup.
Active Directory audit for security and compliance
Ongoing review of changes made by privileged users in Active Directory helps organizations detect insider threats, investigate security incidents and prove to auditors that security policies are being followed.
Unlike standalone Active Directory auditing tools, Netwrix Auditor is a unified IT auditing platform that enables organizations to audit the broadest variety of IT systems, including Active Directory, Exchange, file servers, SharePoint and other systems—all from a single console. With Netwrix Auditor, organizations can perform Active Directory security audits, easily analyze current and past configurations, and quickly restore unwanted changes.
Active Directory auditing and reporting
Reporting Active Directory changes on a regular basis with Windows native auditing is a time-consuming process. IT administrators have to manually crawl through massive amounts of log data and prepare spreadsheets that contain change details for their managers, security teams, and internal or external auditors.
Netwrix Active Directory auditing and reporting software keeps track of changes to AD configuration settings and provides automated change tracking and reporting capabilities that significantly speed the process of audit data collection, aggregation and delivery.
Active Directory change audit
Windows Active Directory is used by organizations of all sizes and in all industries to store user identity information, secure access to company's resources, and define administrative and security policies. IT departments need to track Active Directory changes to be able to proactively detect unauthorized changes that can be the root cause of a downtime or security breach.
Active Directory change audit software from Netwrix provides an easy and straightforward way to audit Active Directory changes. It automatically creates and emails reports detailing every change made to AD configurations, on the schedule you specify. The reports list changes to AD objects, newly created and deleted GPOs, GPO link changes, changes made to audit policy, password policy, software deployment, user desktops, and all Active Directory and Group Policy settings. The data includes who, what, and when information for all changes, along with previous and current values for each modified setting.