For many organizations, monitoring file activity is a highly challenging endeavor due to the complexity of configuration and overall performance concerns associated with native auditing. As a result, administrators have virtually no way to answer some of their most critical questions, such as:

What are users doing with their access?
Which files did they access?
What are they doing to the data?


File Activity Monitoring Must-Haves


Advanced Analytics

Determine data ownership
Determine who needs access to data
Formulate group memberships
Identify who is accessing sensitive data
Maintain an audit trail of all file activity



•Detect patterns of activity indicative of malware like crypto-ransomware
•Alert when a user accesses sensitive information
•Alert when specific conditions are met




File Activity Monitoring
Just The Data


•Collect all or specific file activities
•Easily query file activity to answer simple questions
•Feed file activity data to alternative technologies like SIEM for
advanced correlation and safekeeping





"Every attacker is after two things: credentials and data. Organizations still have little visibility into Active Directory where most credentials are stored – and unstructured data repositories where 80% of information is housed. In addition to this limited visibility, they also lack controls to govern and secure credentials and data. This leads to tremendous risk, vulnerability and the increased likelihood of a data breach."

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File Activity Monitor Video