Auditing Permission Changes on Windows File Servers and NAS Filers

Auditing Permission Changes on Windows File Servers and NAS Filers
On Demand
  • Recorded Date:Apr. 19, 2016
  • Event:On Demand
Auditing Permission Changes on Windows File Servers and NAS Filers

File servers and NAS filers remain the biggest concentration of unstructured data in enterprises, and it's continually growing. That’s a concern because unstructured data is saturated with all kinds of sensitive and confidential data.

So, watch this on-demand webcast to gain a better understanding of auditing permission changes on Windows file servers and NAS filers.

Learn how to:

  • Conduct file permission auditing on NTFS Securely change permissions on a single folder high up in the directory tree
  • Create the proper audit policy at the server level using Group Policy
  • Enable auditing for only permission changes on selected folders

Speakers

  • Randy Franklin Smith, President of Monterey Technology Group, Inc, publisher of UltimateWindowsSecurity.com, Security Log Encyclopedia and creator of LOGbinder software
  • Brian Hymer, Security Solutions Consultant

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