Netwrix Auditor for Exchange simplifies Exchange auditing across on-premises and cloud-based environments and provides actionable audit data, all in one place. See who has access to what, monitor non-owner mailbox access events, and track Exchange configuration and permission changes, so you can prevent data breaches, prove IT compliance and ensure ongoing availability of email services.
Empowers you to quickly find out which users and groups have access to what in your Exchange Online and see exactly how permissions were granted, so you can create a more manageable and secure cloud environment.
Simplifies Microsoft Exchange auditing by delivering detailed, actionable information about each change, including when it occurred, who made it, exactly what was changed, and the current and previous values.
Reports to IT staff and mailbox owners about non-owner mailbox access events. You can see who accessed which mailbox, when and from which IP address the access occurred, and what messages or other items were viewed, edited or deleted.
Notifies you about suspicious activity, such as modifications of access rights to sensitive data, critical configuration changes or unauthorized actions performed on a CEO’s mailbox by delegates.
Supplies audit data to anyone who needs it in a human-readable format. Predefined reports and dashboards are easy to customize using built-in filtering and sorting. Export and subscription options simplify Exchange reporting routines.
Makes it easy to prove you have proper Exchange security controls in place by providing out-of-the-box reports mapped to specific regulatory compliance standards, including PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX, GLBA, FISMA/NIST, CJIS and GDPR.
Enables you to quickly sort through Exchange Online and Exchange Server audit data and fine-tune your search criteria until you find the information you need. Easily save your searches as custom reports that you can run on demand or have delivered to you on schedule.
Simplifies Exchange auditing by detecting hidden threats that might endanger the security of or stability of email operations, such as suspicious activity outside of business hours or unusual non-owner mailbox logon attempts.
Enables you to automate response to common and anticipated incidents, like password resets or mailbox lockouts, by embedding scripts in alerts. Ensure prompt and accurate response while staying focused on your other important tasks.
Identifies high-risk users by aggregating their anomalous activity across your on-premises and cloud-based Exchange, as well as other critical systems like Active Directory, SharePoint and SharePoint Online. Spot identity theft, privilege escalation and other threat.
Speeds investigations and helps you ensure individual accountability by presenting key details about user accounts involved in an incident, all in a single place.
Audits your on-premises, cloud-based and hybrid Exchange environments without using agents, so the auditing process never degrades system performance or causes downtime.
Effective Exchange auditing is essential for ensuring the security of email data and the availability of email services, as well as for proving compliance. How much time do you normally spend trying to figure who has access to your online mailboxes or what critical changes were made to your Exchange Server infrastructure? Unlike native solutions, Netwrix Auditor can quickly deliver you this actionable information, all in a single place.
Gain complete visibility into who has access to which mailboxes and specific folders in Exchange Online. Actionable access reports make it so easy to audit Exchange permissions that you can perform regular privilege attestations. Identify excessive permissions to critical mail and revoke them in a few clicks to minimize the risk of a breach, impress auditors and pass compliance checks on your first try.
If someone got full access to your CEO’s email, you’d need to quickly determine what actions they took and how the privilege escalation happened. But most organizations don’t enable mailbox auditing by default because it generates too many mailbox audit log entries, so you might not have any helpful records of the user’s activity. Netwrix Auditor, on the other hand, will provide the actionable intelligence you need to quickly spot and investigate the incident, and take steps to avoid similar problems in the future.
A single improper change to an Exchange object, server configuration or mailbox permissions could leave your employees without email services for hours. With Netwrix Auditor, you can audit Microsoft Exchange environments without spending hours writing PowerShell cmdlets or analyzing hundreds of audit event records. Get detailed information on critical events in a few clicks and revert problematic changes before users even notice anything amiss.
Exchange administrators need to perform regular Exchange audits to ensure compliance with internal policies, external requirements and security best practices. Netwrix Auditor simplifies the job by providing out-of-the-box reports mapped to many common regulatory standards, including PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX, GLBA, FISMA/NIST, CJIS and GDPR.
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“Instead of hopping around 130 different servers, looking at logs and trying to figure out who made what change that caused an issue, I receive the answer right away in Netwrix Auditor. The platform saves me at least six hours per week. That is priceless.”
Microsoft Exchange is the most critical system for most organizations. Ensuring the confidentiality of corporate email data and the continuous availability of email service are critical, since loss of sensitive email data to unauthorized strangers or Exchange Server downtime may cost an organization millions of dollars and damage its reputation. The ability to audit Exchange mailbox access, mailbox settings and changes to Exchange Server configuration is critical to ensure data security, compliance and ongoing email availability.
Netwrix Auditor for Exchange is a comprehensive Microsoft Exchange reporting solution that helps you stay on top of changes made to Exchange server configuration and permissions, including changes to public folder permissions. It delivers easy-to-read reports that show in detail all objects that have been created, deleted or modified and all changes to settings, including who changed what and when and where the change happened, so Exchange admins can keep an eye on activity and quickly respond to inappropriate or unauthorized actions. Going far beyond what native admin tools can offer, the application also helps admins gain control over non-owner mailbox access events.
Staying abreast of activity across your Exchange Server is essential to maintaining efficient Exchange management, securing data in mailboxes and diligently adhering to compliance requirements. Netwrix Auditor for Exchange offers Microsoft Exchange monitoring software that enable you to gain visibility into user activity, critical changes (such as changes to users’ Exchange Server roles), server configuration, permissions and client access events. Complementing the capabilities of native tools, Netwrix Auditor for Exchange won’t let any aberrant activity across your Exchange environment slip under your radar.
Do you know which admins and employees in your Exchange Server network have full access permissions to other user’s mailboxes? Can you be 100% sure that these users won’t abuse your trust and take advantage of their privileges to view, edit or delete sensitive information from the CEO’s mailbox or an Accounting department shared mailbox? To shore up your defenses against privilege abuse, you need efficient Exchange mailbox auditing that enables you to keep an eye on unauthorized non-owner actions, such as access to another user’s mailbox, along with any reads, modifications and deletions performed in it. Netwrix Auditor for Exchange collects and stores a complete Exchange audit log and delivers ready-to-use reports with deep insights about who accessed another user’s mailbox and more, eliminating the need to write and run numerous PowerShell scripts.
Stable email service is critical to business continuity. Mistakes by administrators or deliberate misdeeds by abusers in your cloud-based Exchange environment can cause email outages or expose sensitive information to unauthorized use. Netwrix Auditor for Exchange enables control over critical Exchange Online changes and non-owner mailbox access attempts. You can quickly detect unauthorized changes and Office 365 users trying to open another mailbox, so you can take action before these events cause email outages or security breaches.
To ensure uninterrupted email services in your cloud-based Exchange and prevent exposure of sensitive content, you need transparency into all activity that occurs there. With the right Exchange Online reporting tool, you can quickly spot suspicious actions and get all the details you need to investigate and remediate issues faster. Netwrix Auditor for Exchange delivers complete visibility into Exchange Online by providing detailed reports on all changes, including who created, deleted or modified which objects, and when and where each change happened. Plus, the application enables you to stay on top of user access to another user’s mailbox or a shared mailbox.
When someone adds, removes or modifies mailbox or shared mailbox permissions in Office 365, you need to be the first one to know about it so you can immediately revert unauthorized changes. You can monitor Office 365 mailbox permissions using built-in tools. However, be ready to spend significant time in the audit search, adjusting the filters until you find the information you need. With Netwrix Auditor for Exchange, you can track mailbox permission changes much faster by running a ready-to-use report. Subscribe to the report if you want to have this information delivered to you on schedule, so you can always be on top of mailbox permissions changes.