Active Directory Auditing Headaches and How to Solve Them

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Recorded: February 20, 2014

Keeping tabs on changes to Active Directory can be a challenge even for the most experienced IT administrator. From auditing privileged user activity and tracking privileged group access, to monitoring changes to the structure of your AD forest, staying on top of these developments can consume a lot of IT resources.

In this 45-minute webinar, Microsoft MVP and Petri IT Knowledgebase Contributing Editor John O’Neill Sr., help you identify some primary AD auditing headaches, and present some tips and advice on how to manage them. Industry expert — Nick Cavalancia joins John to discuss what tools are available to help address these headaches and reveal how Netwrix Auditor can help manage AD changes.

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Nick Cavalancia,
Industry Expert
John O'Neill Sr.,
Industry Expert

How to Protect Identities and Secure Your Azure Environment

Azure AD allows you to layer features such as conditional access and multifactor authentication to help protect your users and data. Along with Azure Security Center, it helps monitor security across on-premises and cloud workloads. Unfortunately, incorporating Microsoft’s native tools alone is rarely enough to maintain a strong security posture of your Azure infrastructure.

In this session, @microspecialist Adnan Hendricks will explain how Microsoft’s built-in security controls can help you protect your organization — and why you need to augment them with enterprise-quality auditing. 

Join this webinar and learn:

  • How to strengthen user credentials and reduce your attack surface area using native tools
  • Why relying on native tools alone leaves critical security gaps
  • How Netwrix Auditor enhances auditing to deliver complete and reliable end-user security
  • How to spot threat patterns in time to prevent security breaches and even automate threat response

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