Keep file activity under close surveillance

Gain deep insight into changes and access to data that might impact compliance, security or availability across your EMC storage environment. Over 30 predefined EMC reports detail file and folder changes (including failed attempts), read attempts (successful and failed), and permissions changes. You can also quickly determine who owns what data and identify stale data.
"By using Netwrix solutions for tracking changes made across IT systems, we’re able to get numerous reports that help us quickly find out whether there were any unauthorized access attempts of sensitive data, especially in the case of employees who do not have permission for it. I cannot think of a better way to keep data safe and secure."

Richard Staats,

VTM Group.

Investigate suspicious file activity with far less effort

Suppose an EMC report on user activity indicates an unusual spike in file reads or modifications (or denied read and change attempts) by a certain user. You’ll definitely want to take a closer look at that user’s activity. The Interactive Search feature ensures you can promptly get the answers you need, such as who granted permissions to the user and what else the user did in your environment.
Investigate suspicious file activity with far less effort

Take full control over access to your sensitive data

Make sure that only authorized users can access your protected files. With the Successful File Read report, you can quickly review who opened which file to detect any suspicious access events.
Take full control over access to your sensitive data

Make informed storage optimization decisions

EMC storage reporting capabilities enable you to understand the relevance and size of data being stored on your EMC devices. File analysis reports make it easy to determine the largest files and identify duplicate or unused files, helping you clean up your storage.
Make informed storage optimization decisions

Streamline compliance reporting

Is your organization subject to any compliance regulations? Get easy access to out-of-the-box EMC compliance reports grouped by compliance standard and eliminate the stress of your next PCI DSS 3.0, HIPAA, SOX, FISMA/NIST800-53, ISO/IEC 27001 or other IT compliance audit.
Streamline compliance reporting

Retain your audit trail for years for periodic inspections or investigations

Ensure easy access to historical audit data for security investigations and periodic checks by auditors. The two-tiered (file-based + SQL database) storage keeps a complete audit trail for 10 years or more. And unlike many EMC reporting tools, Netwrix Auditor offers cost-effective storage, so it won’t cause your database costs to skyrocket.
Retain your audit trail for years for periodic inspections or investigations

Deploy Netwrix Auditor wherever you need it

On-premises
Download a free 20-day trial of Netwrix Auditor and deploy it on Microsoft Windows Server.
Virtual
Download our virtual appliance and start using Netwrix Auditor without having to provision any hardware or software.
Cloud
Deploy Netwrix Auditor from the Microsoft Azure, AWS or CenturyLink marketplaces and get up and running with auditing in just minutes.

Subscribe key stakeholders to audit reports they need or provide
them with full access to audit data

Eliminate the hassle of dealing with unceasing report requests from multiple stakeholders. Automate the process of EMC reporting by simply signing them up to the information they need. The reports will be delivered automatically via email or saved in the specified folder on a set frequency. Alternatively, grant your managers, directors, security officers or auditors full access to audit data by installing the Netwrix Auditor client on their computers.
"Why have we deployed Netwrix Auditor? We liked the reporting capabilities and the ease of usage. Set and forget. You just receive scheduled reports and know what is going on in your file servers. And it helps us with the most critical issue — the ability to catch any potential security incident right away."

Barry Goldstrom, IT Supervisor,

The City of Artesia, NM