Office 365 Auditing with Netwrix Auditor
Netwrix Auditor for SharePoint and Exchange provides actionable intelligence about what’s going on in your Office 365 environment. See who has access to what, monitor user activity in SharePoint Online, and audit all modifications and non-owner mailbox access events in Exchange Online to enhance security and streamline IT compliance.
Visibility into user permissions
Empowers you to quickly find out who has access to what in your cloud systems, see exactly how permissions were granted and identify broken inheritance in SharePoint Online, so you can create a more manageable and secure Office 365 environment.
Detailed change auditing
Delivers deep insight into configuration, security and permission changes across your Exchange Online, OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online systems, including actionable who, what, when and where details and before and after values.
Data access monitoring
Reports on who accessed your SharePoint Online sites or downloaded documents from them, as well as who synchronized files in OneDrive for Business, so you can spot any unauthorized access to your sensitive data.
Content change reporting
Monitors every change to SharePoint Online sites, lists and documents and OneDrive for Business data (such as list renames, site removals and file updates) to help you detect suspicious user activity and prevent data loss.
Alerts on critical activity
Empowers you to secure your data and prevent downtime by alerting you to activity that needs your immediate attention, such as changes to your mail server security configuration or SharePoint Online sharing settings.
Reports on non-owner mailbox activity
Detects non-owner access to mailboxes and notifies owners about all mailbox activities. Mailbox auditing reports specify exactly what actions were performed on specific items, as well as the source client and IP address, so you can hold individuals accountable for their actions.
Streamlined compliance reporting
Slashes time spent preparing for compliance audits with predefined reports mapped to PCI DSS, HIPAA, GDPR, SOX, GLBA, FISMA/NIST, CJIS and other common regulatory standards.
Enables you to quickly sort through your audit trail and fine-tune your search criteria until you find the information you need. Save your searches as custom reports; you can run them on demand or have the results delivered to you automatically on schedule.
Automated incident response
Enables you to automate response to common and anticipated incidents by embedding scripts in alerts, so you can ensure prompt response while staying focused on more important tasks.
Overcome the drawbacks of Office 365 audit logs with actionable intelligence that enhances IT security and streamlines compliance
Are you tired of crawling through endless audit logs in the Office 365 Admin Center, and switching back and forth between the Office 365 Security and Compliance Center and the Exchange Admin Center? Do you want to slash the time you have to spend on privilege attestations and compliance audits? Do you want a unified auditing platform that will securely retain logs from your SharePoint, Azure AD and other systems? Netwrix Auditor addresses all these needs.
See through the tangled permissions structure of your cloud-based systems
Gain complete visibility into who has access to what data in your Office 365 environment. Easily identify excessive permissions to critical data and revoke them in a few clicks to reduce the exposure. Make privilege attestations a snap by enabling regular review of SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business and Exchange Online permissions, and get a step closer in passing compliance audits on your first try.
Detect threat actors in the cloud with O365 auditing software from Netwrix
It’s easy to get overwhelmed trying to monitor user activities by looking through hundreds of pages with millions of records in the Office 365 Admin Center. Netwrix Auditor helps you identify high-risk users on the prowl by consolidating all their anomalous Office 365 activities, such as the deletion of sensitive files from OneDrive for Business or unapproved changes to site collection sharing policies.