Star InactiveStar InactiveStar InactiveStar InactiveStar Inactive
 

Learn how SolarWinds can help improve IT and data security through access rights management.

SolarWinds® Access Rights Manager (ARM) is designed to help:

  • Improve security posture and mitigate insider threats
  • Automate user access management, analysis, and enforcement while providing audit trails through identification of insecure accounts.

  • Demonstrate compliance

  • Quickly generate and deliver comprehensive user access reports for regulatory compliance and audits.
  • Easily manage user permissions

  • Simple user permissions management with automated and templatized provisioning and deprovisioning.
  • Enhance productivity

  • Help reduce IT workload through self-service portal and delegation of permissions management to data owners.
  • Simplify security

  • Powerful and intuitive access rights monitoring and management for companies of all sizes - for threat protection from the inside out. We call it security simplified.
Key Features
  • Active Directory® monitoring
  • Windows® File Share auditing
  • Microsoft® Exchange™ monitoring
  • User provisioning and management
  • User permissions analysis
  • Custom report generation
Scalable user monitoring
  • ARM can be used to monitor small and large environments, from thousands to hundreds of thousands of users.
Simple and easy deployment


Read full article on TechRepublic-New downloads



My Tweets

Last Articles

COBOL, C, C++ all due for updates in early 2020s

The stalwart programming languages that run the world's most-used systems are due for new...

Microsoft Build 2019 agenda reveals .NET, Azure insights

Microsoft’s Build conference for developers and IT operations professionals is just a few...

Top programming languages IoT developers should learn

IoT development is rapidly expanding, but concerns around security and connectivity remain,...

How good is your internet security?

Get a quick assessment of the strength of your Internet security. You will see how well your...

RoboKiller v. Nomorobo: Which robocall blocker should iOS users choose?

Call blockers have made significant advancements, but so have telemarketers' tactics for getting...

Office Q&A: Collapsible heading and delay send settings aren't a cure all, but it's close

There isn't always a complete answer to your technical needs. Learn how to use a Word default and...

How to delete the Windows 10 paging file on every shut down

A simple tweak of the Windows 10 Registry file can eliminate one often overlooked security concern.

Why open source software adoption is accelerating in the enterprise

Application categories traditionally dominated by proprietary applications are being replaced with...

The creator of Python on how the programming language is learning from TypeScript

Guido van Rossum, talked about useful type-annotation features in TypeScript, which have inspired...

MindManager 12 for Mac: New features extend brainstorming, mapping tool's capabilities

Converting ideas into action is challenging. Fortunately, new features in Mindjet's MindManager 12...

  • COBOL, C, C++ all due for updates in early 2020s

    Thursday, 18 April 2019 20:30
  • Microsoft Build 2019 agenda reveals .NET, Azure insights

    Wednesday, 17 April 2019 21:30
  • Top programming languages IoT developers should learn

    Wednesday, 17 April 2019 15:30
  • How good is your internet security?

    Wednesday, 17 April 2019 09:31
  • RoboKiller v. Nomorobo: Which robocall blocker should iOS users choose?

    Tuesday, 16 April 2019 22:30
  • Office Q&A: Collapsible heading and delay send settings aren't a cure all, but it's close

    Tuesday, 16 April 2019 21:30
  • How to delete the Windows 10 paging file on every shut down

    Tuesday, 16 April 2019 20:30
  • Why open source software adoption is accelerating in the enterprise

    Tuesday, 16 April 2019 15:30
  • The creator of Python on how the programming language is learning from TypeScript

    Tuesday, 16 April 2019 12:30
  • MindManager 12 for Mac: New features extend brainstorming, mapping tool's capabilities

    Tuesday, 16 April 2019 05:30