Privileged user activity auditing: the missing link for enterprise compliance and security

Supplied by Centrify Asia Pacific on Thursday, 18 April, 2013

User activity auditing is the missing element that enterprises require to improve security, speed compliance and drive cost efficiencies. By quickly establishing who performed which action, a complete picture of intentions and impacts can be achieved.

Organisations need to ensure that every privileged session can be audited across their extended enterprise creating a high level of visibility on UNIX, Linux and Windows systems, whether in the data centre or in cloud computing environments.

This white paper discusses a user-centric solution for supervising privileged activity so that enterprises can keep a close watch on privileged systems that contain sensitive data, are mission critical to business operations and require detailed auditing for compliance. Download now to read more. 

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