Since any action, whether it’s a change to SharePoint Online permissions or a user accessing another user’s mailbox, can put the security of your critical assets at risk or result in compliance failures, you need to continuously track activity in your Office 365 audit log. But manually digging into the audit logs in Office 365 is difficult and time-consuming. Moreover, you may be unable to spot instances of aberrant activity, and you’ll waste precious time putting together human-readable reports. Plus, you may be unable to provide evidence that you are keeping your audit log securely. Is there a way you can improve your Office 365 security, simplify reporting and pass audits with less stress?
The Office 365 audit log and reports can help you improve security because they capture user activity. For example, you can review the Office 365 admin audit log for privilege abuse — native audit logging in the Office 365 Security and Compliance Center enables you to keep an eye on user and admin activity in the audit log of Office 365. However, you’ll have to work around several significant limitations:
Netwrix Auditor helps you keep an eye on activity across your Office 365 environment by collecting and analyzing Office 365 Exchange logs, SharePoint logs and OneDrive for Business logs, and then converting this information into security intelligence and providing detailed, easy-to-read Office 365 activity reports. With Netwrix Auditor, you will: