Chase Down Abnormal User Behavior Before a Breach Occurs

Netwrix Auditor delivers security analytics that help spot bad actors and track their activity across your entire hybrid cloud IT environment; identifies suspicious activity that might indicate insider threats or cyber-attacks; and facilitates efficient incident response.

Drill down into every deviation from normal user behavior to discover more details.
Identify compromised accounts before it's too late.
Gain full visibility into all user activity across your critical IT systems, eliminating blind spots.
Be on the watch for anomalous user behavior and identify patterns that signal threats.
Take a closer look at privileged accounts to identify illicit activity.
Be notified about critical changes, suspicious logon activity and unusual failed actions to fuel your incident response.

Detect Anomalous Activity to Protect Your Critical Assets

Netwrix Auditor's User Behavior and Blind Spot Analysis reports provide security intelligence enriched with deep analysis of user activity trends compared to historical activity, anticipated user behavior and predefined baselines. This security analytics functionality helps you uncover threats that can compromise your hybrid cloud IT environment, so you can protect the assets that matter the most.

Investigate Abnormal User Behavior with 360-Degree Visibility

Once you detect a deviation from normal user behavior or whenever you need to ensure no privilege abuse occurs, take the next critical step: review and investigate suspicious activity deeply to make your incident response more effective.

Keep tabs on privileged users with user activity video recording
Watch the actual activity performed by highly privileged users as if you were right there when it happened. Video recording of user screen activity gives you a complete picture of the events.
Keep tabs on privileged users with user activity video recording
Registry key changes
See how you can leverage user behavior analysis to gain more visibility into user activity with this best practices guide.
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