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This guide shows system administrators few quick tips on auditing changes on file shares. Use this if you need to know who created, changed or deleted a file on a file share.
This guide provides system administrators with few quick tips on Exchange Server change auditing. If you need to know who created a new mailbox or contact, changed its permissions or mount (dismount) database in your Exchange Server this 100% free guide comes handy.
This how-to shows simple ways of auditing existing permissions in “Everyone” group on File Servers in order to detect excessive ones.
This how-to will show you two ways of detecting changes to Organizational Units & groups in Active Directory and help you timely respond to unwanted ones.
PCI data breaches keep happening, even though compliance requirements get tougher. Learn about recent incidents like Sourcebooks breach and many others.
Being primarily point-of-sale malware, Backoff malware can cause data breaches in banking and healthcare institutions. How does it operate and how can you avoid it?
“Netwrix Auditor helps us with reporting on attributes that have changed, and allows us to quickly respond to the events that have the potential of taking us out of compliance.” /Ofer Amrami, Director, Infrastructure and Operations, American Career College/