What’s New in Netwrix Auditor 9.7

Netwrix Corporation, provider of a visibility platform for data security and risk mitigation in hybrid environments, today announced the release of Netwrix Auditor 9.7 platform. Upgraded Netwrix Auditor enables organizations to detect and investigate network security threats.

A free trial of Netwrix Auditor 9.7 is available here

New applications and features available in Netwrix Auditor 9.7 include:

Netwrix Auditor for Network Devices

  • Spot and investigate attacks targeting Cisco and Fortinet network devices

The application helps you reduce the risk of attackers taking control of your critical network infrastructure or insiders inadvertently or deliberately jeopardizing security by enabling you to quickly detect and investigate scanning threats, unauthorized logons and configuration changes, and repeated failed activity.

Visibility into SharePoint Permissions

  • See who has access to what and minimize overexposed data in SharePoint

Netwrix Auditor for SharePoint gives you complete visibility into who has access to what in your SharePoint environment so you can proactively mitigate the risk of insider misuse and reduce the reach of compromised accounts. It also empowers you to keep user permissions up to date by streamlining the process of conducting regular privilege attestations.

User Profile

  • Speed investigations with readily available information about suspicious accounts

User Profile provides key details about a user account involved in an incident, including their full name, job title, manager, and AD group membership. This valuable information is available right in the Interactive Search, enabling you to make more informed response decisions in less time.

Automated Response

  • Ensure instant response to common incidents or anticipated threats

The feature enables you to automate response to common incidents. Simply create scripts that will be triggered by Netwrix Auditor alerts to address your organization’s specific use cases. For example, you can automatically disable an account that has violated your threshold for failed logon attempts or create a helpdesk ticket when a user account is locked out.

Please share your thoughts, reviews and suggestions about the new Netwrix Auditor in the comments section of this blog post.

Product Evangelist at Netwrix Corporation, writer, and presenter. Ryan specializes in evangelizing cybersecurity and promoting the importance of visibility into IT changes and data access. As an author, Ryan focuses on IT security trends, surveys, and industry insights.