Netwrix releases six new auditing solutions
Posted on 13 March 2014.
Netwrix released six new Netwrix Auditor solutions, each offered with up to five times more features than before.

“As organizations work to implement comprehensive security and compliance initiatives, change auditing depth must extend into multiple layers to assure that the resulting data provides insight not only into system changes, but also into any changes to underlying systems, such as Windows Server running Active Directory or used as a file server or SQL database,” said Michael Fimin, CEO, Netwrix.

The features included in each Netwrix Auditor solution now include:

Netwrix Auditor for Active Directory – now includes Active Directory Auditing, Active Directory Recovery, Group Policy Auditing and Password Expiration Alerting as well as Windows Server Auditing, Event Log Management and User Activity Video Recording for a single license.

Netwrix Auditor for File Servers – now includes Windows File Server Auditing, EMC Storage Auditing and NetApp Filer Auditing as well as Windows Server Auditing, Event Log Management and User Activity Video Recording for a single license.

Netwrix Auditor for Exchange – now includes Exchange Server Auditing and Mailbox Access Auditing as well as Windows Server Auditing, Event Log Management and User Activity Video Recording for a single license.

Netwrix Auditor for SQL Server – now includes SQL Server Auditing as well as Windows Server Auditing, Event Log Management and User Activity Video Recording for a single license.

Netwrix Auditor for VMware – now includes VMware Auditing as well as Windows Server Auditing, Event Log Management and User Activity Video Recording for a single license.

Netwrix Auditor for Windows Server – basic solution (included in all solutions above), which includes Windows Server Auditing, Event Log Management and User Activity Video Recording for a single license.






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