Netwrix Releases Netwrix Auditor for 5 Compliance Standards

by George Chetcuti [Published on 7 Aug. 2014 / Last Updated on 7 Aug. 2014]

Netwrix Auditor Platform Now Provides Complete Visibility and Ensures Continuous Compliance for PCI, HIPAA, SOX, FISMA and GLBA

IRVINE, CA, August 5, 2014 – Netwrix Corporation, the #1 provider of change and configuration auditing software, today announced the release of Netwrix Auditor for 5 Compliance Standards, which enables complete visibility into what is happening across the entire IT infrastructure and streamlines compliance for PCI, HIPAA, SOX, FISMA and GLBA.

Netwrix Auditor, change and configuration auditing platform, delivers a complete audit trail with details of who did what, when and where across the entire IT infrastructure. This streamlines compliance, strengthens security and simplifies root cause analysis. Netwrix Auditor delivers the following benefits:

  • Helps to pass compliance audits by quickly accessing required reports from its central AuditArchive™ two-tiered storage which holds data for up to 10 years or more.
  • Supports continuous compliance via analysis of unauthorized or malicious changes to system configurations with over 200 preconfigured reports and real-time alerting.
  • Helps to detect and preventbreaches of sensitive information by monitoring user activities and auditing access control changes.
  • Provides the broadest coverage of audited systems and applications even where native auditing is limited or not available, including Active Directory, Exchange, File Servers, SharePoint, SQL Server, VMware, Windows Server and others.

Compliance regulations are becoming more strident every year and organizations can expect to face increasingly demanding requirements and audits from regulatory entities. As a result, more attention and effort must be given to assure compliance and the prevention of security breaches.  

Recent security violations – like the multi-million-dollar Target Breach that entailed the failure to comply with PCI DSS requirements; or the NY Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University HIPAA violation which was settled for $4.8 million – have demonstrated that disregarding compliance regulations may cost a fortune, especially given the fact that the amount of fines have exceeded several millions of dollars, without taking into consideration other consequences,” said Michael Fimin, CEO of Netwrix. “The release of Netwrix Auditor for 5 Compliance Standards meets the market need to ensure continuous compliance across all IT infrastructure by helping to assure that security policies deployed in the organization are actually working.

Available now, Netwrix Auditor for 5 Compliance Standards provides a wide range of reports and features to stay compliant with the following regulations:

About Netwrix Corporation

Netwrix Corporation, the #1 provider of change and configuration auditing solutions, delivers complete visibility into who did what, when and where across the entire IT infrastructure. This streamlines compliance, strengthens security and simplifies root cause analysis. Founded in 2006, Netwrix is ranked in the Top 100 US software companies in the Inc. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500. Netwrix software is used by 160,000 users worldwide. For more information, visit www.netwrix.com.

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