LT Auditor+ 2013: SQL Server
LT Auditor+ 2013 for SQL Server provides best of class audit and compliance reporting. Backed by world-class support, LT Auditor+ 2013 audits and alerts on Microsoft SQL Server DML, DCL, DDL activity changes in real-time and generates easy-to-read, examiner friendly reports.
LT Auditor+ 2013 for SQL Server is configurable to fit seamlessly into any organization, large or small. LT Auditor+ 2013 allows your organization to immediately reap the benefits of continuous security and compliance monitoring by enabling your organization to improve incident response time, provide comprehensive audit reports, meet compliance control transformation requirements, ensure privacy, confidentiality and integrity, all while saving time and money.
Features and Benefits
- High Quality Data: Removes the complexity from cryptic event logs by providing clear, concise information on who did what from where and when on your SQL Server instances in human readable format.
- Real-Time Alerts: Get notified in real time when critical changes occur on Microsoft SQL Servers. Events such as unauthorized access to PII or PHI data, granting or revoking permissions to sensitive databases can be immediately tracked enabling a faster response to threat mitigation.
- PII /PHI Data Access: Monitor all DML changes to critical PII or PHI data fields to ensure that only authorized access is made to sensitive data ensuring accountability for security and compliance.
- Privileged User Access: Organizations must audit all activity by administrators and other privileged user IDs like the ‘sa’ account. All generic ID activity should not be permitted and LT Auditor+ 2013 can detect this activity. If detected corrective controls need to be put in place to ensure that unauthorized or illegal access to the database is not occurring.
- Failed Access: Captures all failed access to the database to identify if an attack is in progress or to assist administrators troubleshoot a problem.
- Segregation of duties: Provides the ability to audit and monitor multiple SQL instances, across geographic locations. This information provides auditors and security administrators the confidence that segregation of duties have been enforced on access to critical data vital for any organization.
Successful Login Activity
Failed Login Activity
Privileged User Login Activity
Change Application Role Password
PII (Personal Identifiable Information) Access
PHI (Personal Health Information) Access
Database Principal Changes
Server Principal Changes
Database Principal Impersonation
Server Principal Impersonation
Database Table Changes
Create Database Objects
Modify Database Objects
Delete Database Objects
Create Server Objects
Modify Server Objects
Delete Server Objects
Database Role Member Changes
Server Role Member Changes
Database Object Grant Permissions
Database Object Deny Permissions
Database Object Revoke Permissions
Server Object Permissions
Database Object Ownership Changes
Database Ownership Changes
Server Object Ownership Changes