Top 5 Critical Changes to Audit in Microsoft SharePoint
About this webinar
SharePoint is a highly visible application that was deployed as a nice-to-have service in many organizations. For many organizations, SharePoint has become a critical service, providing collaboration, document management, and search and social functions that support important business operations. To compound the problem, many organizations have relaxed SharePoint change management processes, or do not have them at all.
Absence of proper change documentation and audits has led many SharePoint environments to risk incompliance with government and industry regulations, compromising sensitive information and impacting business continuity. Now, more than ever, IT is under pressure to provide SharePoint with a consistent level of service for an increasingly demanding user community.
Learn from industry experts:
- See real life examples from actual SharePoint deployments that help better understand where processes and policies can fall short when not supported with the real change audit data from your SharePoint environment.
- Learn what critical aspects of your SharePoint environment you should watch closely to mitigate compliance and security risks.
- Find out how third party tools, such as Netwrix Auditor, are helping organizations meet regulatory compliance requirements, protect sensitive information, and minimize risk to business operations.
Vice President, Product Management
Mitigating IT risks with Data Classification and Access Control
Your company may maintain terabytes of data. Your reputation and financial future remain at stake if someone steals personally identifiable information (PII) from a single unaccounted-for file. Your organization may need to pass compliance audits; what controls do you have in place to identify, classify, and secure your data?
Join industry analyst Tim Warner and Netwrix system engineer Jeff Melnick to learn how to start a corporate data classification and protection scheme right now. Ask Jeff and Tim questions and leave the webinar armed with practical advice and next step actions.