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Netwrix Auditor for Windows Server - Overview

Netwrix Auditor for Windows Server delivers complete visibility into Windows-based server infrastructures. It detects and reports on all changes made to server configuration — hardware and software, services, applications, network settings, registry settings, DNS, and more. In addition, it provides event log management and video recording of user activity.

Netwrix Auditor for Azure AD - Overview

Netwrix Auditor for Azure AD enables complete visibility into user actions, including user sign-in activity, in your Azure AD deployment. The application provides actionable intelligence about successful and failed sign-in attempts and critical changes to Azure AD users, groups, roles, contacts, applications, devices, licenses and more.
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Data Privacy Solutions: How to Choose the Right One

Data privacy solutions are crucial for complying with privacy regulations and maintaining security. In the first nine months of 2019, there were 5,183 reported data breaches, with 7.9 billion records exposed, according to the Data Breach Quickview. Modern regulations, such as GDPR and CCPA, require companies to develop reasonable data protection measures to protect consumers’ personal information against exposure or loss.

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Cloud Challenges by the Numbers: Adoption and Configuration

The year 2020 has shown us that cloud computing is among the most powerful capabilities humanity has, enabling people around the globe continue their everyday business and education uninterrupted. We continue gathering the most interesting findings from industry research. If you’re interested in learning statistics on cloud usage, top cloud initiatives and cloud security concerns, read the 2020 State of the Cloud Security Statistics article.

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Top 6 Security Threats in Cloud Computing and How to Mitigate Them

In this digital era, more companies are encouraging or requiring employees to work from home. In addition to allowing employees to access the corporate network using their own devices, they are also turning to cloud computing, which is cost-effective and scales easily. However, not all of these organizations are prepared for the associated cloud security threats. Cloud providers often offer some protection capabilities, but their responsibility is primarily to ensure service availability.