To detect unauthorized software installation, IT pros need to monitor all changes made to server configuration and timely get alerted on them.
IT pros need to timely detect suspicious file changes to quickly get actionable details for security investigations and spot malicious activity at early stages.
Timely detection of password change and password reset in Active Directory enables IT pros to investigate suspicious activity and avoid data leaks and system downtime.
Group Policy settings export with native tools can be a real challenge. But the right software can simplify exporting of Group Policy settings into an easy-to-read report
This how-to shows how you can enable reporting on folder permissions on a certain share to improve your file server structure and harden security of your sensitive.
Suspicious changes to Startup Registry keys can be a sign of malware activity. Timely detection of these changes can prevent loss of sensitive data.
Constant monitoring of recently enabled accounts enables you to determine who is trying to get unauthorized access to your systems and quickly remediate the issue.
Detect details of GP modifications using Group Policy-related log events. Monitoring of Group Policy logging information helps track aberrant activity.
This how-to shows two ways of detecting SQL database changes.
This how-to shows two ways of detecting who created a new scheduled task on your windows server.
Restore Active Directory objects to ensure system availability. Plus, quickly recover deleted AD user accounts and other objects to a previous state without any downtime.
Ongoing audit of each user’s last logon date in Active Directory helps IT pros detect inactive accounts that can be used as back doors by attackers.
Keeping track of failed Oracle Database logon attempts helps IT administrators detect database intrusion attempts.
By sending automatic notifications to users to change their passwords, IT administrators can ensure IT security and reduce helpdesk workload.
Because IT admins are often asked to export Active Directory to CSV files, having a solution that can quickly export Active Directory objects can save them time.
Exporting users from Active Directory with native tools requires time and effort. The right solution enables you to quickly export Active Directory users to CSV.
An Active Directory group membership report shows the members of a particular group. To have this data at hand in a readable format, simply export AD group members to CSV.
Ongoing monitoring of user account deletions in Azure Active Directory minimizes the risk of system unavailability thus reducing the number of helpdesk requests.
Constantly reviewing which accounts were unlocked and by whom enables IT admins to spot suspicious account lockouts and respond quickly to protect systems and data.
Continuous monitoring of changes to security permissions to an OU enables IT admins to minimize the risk of unauthorized access to IT systems.
Carefully monitoring all user account deletions enables IT pros to minimize the risk of business disruption and system unavailability.
Continuous review of attempts to modify sensitive files helps you quickly spot suspicious activity to prevent a possible threat before a breach occurs.
Keeping an eye on who reads files on file servers enables IT pros to control access to sensitive data and minimize the risk of information security attacks.
Regular review of permissions helps IT administrators optimize access control and lock down overexposed data to minimize the risk of a security breach.
Determining who deleted a file on your SharePoint site can help you investigate unsanctioned action and appropriately respond to it.
Video recording of user screen activity enables IT administrators to gain visibility into IT systems and control privileged user activity before a security breach occurs.
Regular review of permissions helps IT administrators optimize access control and lock down overexposed data.
Ongoing tracking of SharePoint permission changes helps IT administrators detect unauthorized changes so they can quickly roll them back and minimize their consequences.
IT administrators need to monitor deletions of DHCP reservations to ensure no unauthorized changes took place, thus preventing system unavailability.
Continuous monitoring of DNS record deletions helps IT administrators detect abnormal actions in a timely manner and thereby avoid service unavailability.
Ongoing tracking of deleted computer accounts by IT administrators is important to avoid authentication errors and lost productivity.
Every change of a file owner should be tracked by IT admins to secure sensitive data against leaks and unauthorized access and modifications.
Full access permissions to another user’s mailbox should be continuously monitored to minimize the risk of leaks of sensitive data and other security breaches.
To prevent a data breach, it’s critical to ensure that only authorized users are added to the Domain Admins group and thereby get access to critical data.
IT pros need to continually monitor non-owner access to any shared mailbox in Office 365 to ensure data security and minimize risks of data leaks.
Continuous monitoring of mailbox permissions in Exchange Online enables the timely detection of unauthorized changes, thereby mitigating the risk of security breaches.
Ongoing tracking of changes to Active Directory organizational units and groups can help you avoid system downtime, business disruption and loss of productivity.
The ability to quickly detect a disabled user in Active Directory and identify who disabled the account enables IT Pros to investigate the root cause of suspicious activity.
To thwart attackers, IT pros must be able to continuously audit changes in the environment and quickly determine who created AD user accounts.
Detecting AD user account changes using native auditing is time-consuming. Netwrix Auditor for Active Directory monitors these changes helping you quickly detect intruders.
Auditing of both failed and successful logon attempts is extremely important because it helps IT pros detect malicious activity before a data breach occurs.