Effectively Monitor File Changes in the Enterprise
Data housed in an organization's servers and storage devices contain massive amounts of information. Much of this information is sensitive and is not intended for all eyes. It is absolutely critical that at any point in time, the organization can provide an audit trail of who accessed what, when, and where this activity took place. This white paper explains why file auditing is important, why it is necessary to monitor file changes, and describes required file auditing features.
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" I can attest that it does what it claims to do: makes it easy for you to keep up with any modifications made to the important assets on your network."
- Deb Shinder, WindowSecurity.com