Dear Customers, as 2012 approaches, I want to extend my best wishes to you, your family and your colleagues for a healthy and Happy New Year.
Month: December 2011
Security means different things to different people. For IT, it means securing the network from external intruders and protecting valuable data from prying eyes internally. Since the dawn of the information age, readily available information has come with a price. Securing information in our interconnected world is not always as easy as putting a lock … Continued
We are pleased to announce that NetWrix has just been honored with another great award – this time thanks to WindowSecurity.com readers – making it the 17th award within the two-month period. NetWrix Change Reporter Suite was selected the winner in the Network Auditing Software category of the WindowSecurity.com Readers’ Choice Awards. GFI LANguard and Admin … Continued
Recently on Spiceworks, I posted an announcement about a new Facebook group to discuss IT Auditing, Compliance, Security, and Forensics. I did not expect some of the negative responses I received. Some IT pros don’t like Facebook, though, I should clarify. Many of the responses could be grouped into two categories. The first group said … Continued
As of today, our full-featured edition of the Bulk Password Reset tool is now totally 100% free including all the standard edition features not found in the previous freeware version. Use it as you wish up to 1 million users. The License code is provided on the download page after a brief registration. We are … Continued
Yet again, a great award announcement for NetWrix this time coming from www.virtualizationadmin.com. The NetWrix VMware Change Reporter received a second runner-up award for “Best VMware Security Product” in the 2011 Readers Choice surveys. This brings our total awards to 16 for 2011! This includes 9 awards from Windows IT Pro and 6 awards from … Continued
Recent download poll results show that administrators need good tools for troubleshooting and resolving account lock-out issues. Strong password policies and account lockout thresholds exist for very good reasons and have been common practice for a number of years now as the first line of defense against hackers and thieves and are also required by … Continued