Improve your IT and data security with SolarWinds Access Rights – Kevin Penn, CEO, EssentialNET

Attend this session to help you to improve IT and data security through SolarWinds Access Rights Management.

Access Rights Manager (ARM) benefits:
» Helps improve security posture and mitigate insider threats.
» Help demonstrate compliance with built-in customizable reports.
» Easily manage user permissions.
» Designed to enhance productivity.



Monitoring of Active Directory
Enhance security by monitoring, analyzing, and auditing Active Directory®
and Group Policy to see what changes have been made, by whom, and when those changes occurred.

Auditing of Windows File Share
Help prevent data leaks and unauthorized changes to sensitive files and data through visualization
of permissions on file servers.

Monitoring of Microsoft® Exchange
Simplify Exchange™ monitoring and auditing to help prevent data breaches. Track changes to
mailboxes, mailbox folders, calendars, and public folders. Help improve compliance and detect
unauthorized Exchange changes.

SharePoint™ access monitoring and management
Display SharePoint permissions in a tree structure and quickly see who is authorized to access
a given SharePoint resource. Using the scan comparison report, you can find out who has made
changes to permissions and what they were.

User Provisioning and Management
Set up and manage new user accounts generally in seconds with standardized role-specific
templates that provide access to file servers, and Exchange.

User Permissions Analysis
Help protect from internal security threats by analyzing user access to services and file servers
with visibility into group memberships from Active Directory and file servers.

Custom Report Generation
Create and generate management and auditor-ready reports that help demonstrate regulatory
compliance showing user access rights in just a few clicks. Log activities in Active Directory
and file servers by user.

Self-service Permissions Portal
Put access rights of data directly in the hands of the data owner instead of the administrator
with a web-based, self-service permissions portal.