Netwrix Auditor for Network Devices delivers complete visibility into Cisco, Fortinet, Palo Alto, SonicWall, Juniper, Cisco Meraki, HPE Aruba and Pulse Connect Secure devices, including configuration changes and both successful and failed attempts to log on to switches, routers and firewalls. This network audit software also enables network audit for scanning threats and reports on hardware issues, enabling organizations to respond to these events before they compromise network security or disrupt network performance.
Unlike native network audit tools, automates auditing of configuration changes by providing clear, human-readable audit information on configuration changes with who, what, when and where details, so you can quickly spot and remediate unauthorized changes or change errors.
Monitors successful and failed VPN logon attempts to network devices, as well as remote access to the corporate network. Enables you to track device logons by network administrators and remote access by users from suspicious IP addresses.
Delivers clear information about each attempt to log in directly to a network device. Enables you to pay close attention to failed logons, especially those performed by unauthorized employees, such as database or system administrators.
Enables automated network auditing for scanning threats, which indicate an intruder trying to identify weak spots in your network to breach it. Delivers detailed information about which subnet or host was attacked, and when and from which IP address it happened.
Makes continuous hardware audit easy by reporting on hardware issues in network devices in an easy-to-understand format. Provides device data so you can detect technical issues with network devices before they lead to network traffic issues.
Provides alerting on device configuration changes that could negatively affect your network configuration, abnormal logon events, scanning threats and hardware issues, simplifying the detection of critical events and helping you resolve issues faster.
Makes it easy to investigate unauthorized configuration changes and suspicious logon events to prevent similar events from happening in the future, and to troubleshoot hardware issues before they lead to network failures.
Helps organizations ensure that they have compliant networks and provide definitive proof of their compliance during audits by providing predefined reports for PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX, GLBA, FISMA/NIST, CJIS, GDPR and other regulations.
Delivers visibility into Active Directory, Oracle Database, Windows Server, Office 365 and other on-premises and cloud-based systems. Brings more context to your SIEM data and enables centralized monitoring of any other application with a RESTful API.
To ensure network security, prove compliance and improve network reliability, organizations need continuous network audits. As a part of this network monitoring, they have to regularly monitor network devices for configuration changes and logon attempts that are non-compliant with internal security policies; detect scanning threats before attacker can take control of the entire network infrastructure; and monitor device information about hardware issues to prevent network failure. Capabilities available in Netwrix Auditor for Network Devices empower you to continuously monitor your network devices, detect threats to your perimeter security and improve overall data security in your organization.
Easily monitor successful and failed logon attempts to network devices, including logons over VPN. Be notified about threats, such as multiple failed logons from one account (which could indicate a recently departed administrator trying to use their old password) or logon attempts coming from blacklisted remote locations.
Promptly spot any abnormal activity that could threaten the security of your data, such as high data traffic or configuration changes across multi-vendor devices. Easily find out what specific settings were changed in your firewalls or who reset the passwords on your routers. Respond to such incidents before data is leaked and your entire infrastructure is put at risk.
Promptly learn about suspicious scans of your hosts and subnets and easily check into the details to uncover any security violations that could lead to data loss or another cybersecurity incident.
Detect technical issues before they lead to problems with network performance or even total network shutdown. Gain visibility into hardware issues with reliable data about hardware malfunctions, including which part of the device got damaged, when it happened and the reason for the issue.
See how different features of Netwrix Auditor for Network Devices can help you improve network security, prove compliance and avoid costly downtime.
“We wanted to see what was happening in our IT infrastructure from one central location, without having to go through multiple different steps. Netwrix Auditor provides a single point of access and actionable information on IT changes. Thanks to it, we have become proactive and more efficient in our everyday work, and have enabled continuous user access to IT systems, which provides a better user experience.”
Any improper change or unauthorized access to your Cisco routers, switches or firewalls could lead to connectivity issues — including the entire network becoming unreachable. You need a Cisco auditing tool that keeps track of all critical events in your network. For instance, you need to know about subnet or host scanning, which often indicates an attacker searching for vulnerabilities in your network before trying to breach it and steal sensitive data. Similarly, you should keep a close eye on VPN logon attempts to the corporate network or network devices, since administrators should have a valid reason for each remote logon.
Netwrix Auditor for Network Devices streamlines network device auditing by providing complete visibility into configuration changes on network devices and both successful and failed attempts to log into them. Moreover, it gives you deep insight into each VPN logon attempt to your network and your network devices, scanning threats, and hardware issues. With actionable information that includes the crucial who, what, when and where details, you’ll be able to quickly spot security incidents and respond before they result in a breach of network security or degrade network performance.