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More than 95% of file access activity is not audited by IT. Why? Windows event auditing is cumbersome, as is BSM on Solaris. Linux didn’t even have auditing capabilities until the Linux 2.6 kernel ...
More than 95% of file access activity is not audited by IT. Why? Windows event auditing is cumbersome, as is BSM on Solaris. Linux didn’t even have auditing capabilities until the Linux 2.6 kernel audit system was introduced. Netapp, EMC Celerra, and SharePoint audit functionalities all require moderate to extensive effort just to capture events, and capturing an audit trail is just the beginning. Once the events are captured, they need to be aggregated, normalized, and analyzed so they can become more than just log data and we can make use of them.
Whether you are on the help desk, doing forensics for security, auditing data use, or just trying to analyze data, the same questions come up:
Auditing Use Cases
* Who has been accessing this folder?
* What data has this user been accessing?
* Who deleted these files?
* Where did those files go?
Varonis DatAdvantage captures, aggregates, normalizes, and analyzes every data access event for every user on Windows, UNIX/Linux, Netapp, EMC Celerra and SharePoint servers, without requiring native operating system auditing functionalities on Windows and UNIX/Linux servers. Through its intuitive graphical interface and reports, DatAdvantage clearly presents the answers to these questions and others. This information is collected without impacting performance or storage on your file systems, using normal computing infrastructure.
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