Top 12 Events to Monitor in the Windows Server Security Log
About this webinar
Last year we spent a lot of time, and rightly so, on Active Directory and domain controllers. But don’t forget your member servers. That’s where your data actually resides and bad guys can make a lot of noise once inside a member server that you won’t hear if you are only watching Active Directory. There’s a wealth of security information available in their logs. In this webinar Randy Franklin Smith highlights the 12 most important things to monitor in the Security Log of your Windows servers:
- Audit policy changes
- User right assignments
- Local account authentication policy changes
- Local user account changes
- Local account enumeration
- Logon right changes
- Local group membership changes
- New software installed
- Failed logon attempts
- Any attempt to logon as local Administrator
- Firewall policy change
- New device attached
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