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The Business Value of Effective Audit

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There’s a new white paper on the NetVision Knowledge page titled:

The Business Value of Effective Audit

Effective access auditcan be a powerful business enabler providing significant value beyond protecting against malicious insiders. This paper identifies the business challenge, how the industry is approaching the challenge, and NetVision’s unique approach to access rights reporting and monitoring.

Microsoft Exchange Monitoring: Preview

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NetVision will soon be announcing availability of our Microsoft Exchange monitoring capabilities.  Indepent of Microsoft event logs, this solution will enable you to monitor message, calendar, contact, and task activity.  Events can be triggered based on whether the initiator is the mailbox owner as well as event filtering by subsets of users.  So, for example, if a help desk user sends a message from your CEO, you might want to take different action than if the CEO’s assistant sends a message from that account.

If you’d like us to keep you updated on the Exchange monitoring release, please let us know.

Updated: Access Rights Inspector SSE

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NetVision today released an updated version of Access Rights Inspector Single Server Edition.  The new version applies a fix to issues related to large volume size and the initial file/folder rights scan.  The SSE version is a free 30-day trial providing access rights reports on a single server. 

Access Rights Inspector SSE enables users to select user accounts/groups and files/folders to generate custom reports on access rights based on those selections.

Available Reports include:

  • Effective Rights: calculates permissions based on group memberships, inherited rights, ownership, and more.
  • Explicit Rights: provides explicit permission settings for selected accounts and resources.
  • Deny ACEs: provides a list of all locations where permissions are explicitly denied.

Click here to download a copy to get immediate reports on your server!

HIPAA: Windows Security and Active Directory

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In a new paper for NetVision customers titled Active HIPAA Response, we break down the security and privacy requirements found within the HIPAA regulation text and map NetVision policies and reports to those requirements. While organizations need to perform discovery of Protected Health Information (PHI), NetVision’s HIPAA compliance pack provides quick setup of compliance reporting related to Windows file system and Active Directory for complete coverage of Microsoft networking platforms.  The HIPAA package is also available for Novell networking environments.  NetVision isn’t claiming to make anyone compliant with a set of canned reports.  But, if you’re concerned about HIPAA requirements, the HIPAA compliance pack automates the creation of a set of reports that map to the areas within HIPAA for which NetVision can help.  Let us know if you’d like more information!

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