AD CHANGE CONTROL AND COMPLIANCE REPORTING
Auditor for Active Directory
Pinpoint the "who, what, when and where" behind changes to Active Directory without the operational impacts of native auditing.
Real-Time Auditing and Change Control for Active Directory
PowerBroker Auditor for Active Directory helps IT organizations meet PCI, SOX, HIPAA and other compliance requirements by auditing and alerting on Active Directory configuration changes in real time. Pinpoint changes that introduce security risks, jeopardize compliance, or impact operations via the solution’s real-time tracking of:who performed each change, what changed (including pre/post values), when the change occurred, and where the change was made.
The solution’s centralized database enables both auditing and recovery, delivering a broader set of capabilities than native AD auditing – without the operational impacts. Add PowerBroker Recovery for Active Directory, and you have a continuous backup technology that enables you to both detect and roll back changes, minimizing the risks of business disruptions.
Real-Time, Centralized Active Directory Auditing and Alerting
Audit, alert and report on all changes made in Active Directory in real time without relying on difficult and cumbersome native event logs. Centralized, real-time auditing – including before and after values – helps to quickly identify changes that can impact the security of the environment.
Integration of Audit and Recovery
PowerBroker Auditor for Active Directory is part of a suite of auditing and recovery solutions that track and alert to changes across the Windows environment – from Exchange, to Windows File Servers, SQL Server and NetApp. A web-based console acts as a single pane of glass helping administrators more easily manage their deployment and quickly meet compliance needs.
No Requirement for Native Auditing
PowerBroker Auditor for Active Directory does not require any GPO changes or native System Access Control Lists to be managed or defined. IT can leverage native auditing using Microsoft ACS along with PowerBroker Auditor for Active Directory to narrow the search for which audit log contains the needed information, making the process to find and remediate a change much quicker than using native auditing alone.
ACTIVE DIRECTORY AUDITING
Reduce risk: Pinpoint changes that introduce security risks, jeopardize compliance, or reduce operational efficiency.
Know who has access to what: Monitor access to mission-critical and sensitive IT assets.
Ensure accountability: Track the “who, what, when and where” for every Active Directory change.
Compare before and after: See old and new values for every change, including host name and originator IP address.
Integrate with native management tools: Gain single-click access to item and user histories via integration with native management tools such as Active Directory Users and Computers, Sites and Services, ADSI Edit and others.
DEPLOYMENT AND SCALABILITY
Speed deployment: Ensure trouble-free deployments with a centralized database, agent and management console.
Cover your entire organization: Audit environments with millions of users and thousands of servers.
Simplify administration: Unite products in the suite through a web console which serves as a dashboard that enables admins and other users to perform management and enforce policy across their PowerBroker Management Suite deployment.
REPORTING AND COMPLIANCE
Centralize all audits: Access all audit data via a single database, even for multiple AD forests.
Customize to your needs: Leverage intuitive wizards to quickly build custom reports and convert any view into a report.
Automate reporting: Take advantage of expanded delivery options and formats via SQL Server Reporting Services
Confirm compliance: Provide access and change histories for compliance with SOX, PCI, HIPAA and other mandates.
NO NATIVE AUDITING
Free yourself from native event logs: Conduct audits without managing SACLs or changing GPOs.
Ease native auditing (when required): When Microsoft ACS auditing is required, PowerBroker Auditor can identify which native logs contain needed information.
INTEGRATED CONTINUOUS RECOVERY
Maintain business continuity: Avoid productivity and revenue losses caused by disasters or accidental deletions.
Recover any state: Rely on continuous backups to quickly return to any previous state.
Minimize disruption: Recover a full tree, a portion of the directory, selected objects, or individual attributes