- * Audit all SQL database and security activities
- * Meet compliance requirements e.g. HIPAA, GDPR, PCI
- * Out-of-the-box and custom reporting
- * Securely store audit data in a tamper-evident repository
- * Fully customize all auditing, alerts, and reporting
- * Who, what, where, when when and before-after auditing
- * Deploy on SQL Server Failover Clusters
- * Easily manage auditing on multiple servers
Customizable auditing and compliance templates
Use existing out-of-the-box templates to configure SQL Server instance auditing and ensure that the auditing configuration includes all SQL Server and database level events required to meet HIPAA, SOX, PCI, FERPA and other compliance standards. Customize existing templates or create your own and apply them to multiple SQL Servers with a single click
Who, what, when and how auditing
Identify, track and receive alerts when specific objects are accessed or data was viewed. Find out the name of the login, computer, and application used to access audited objects as well as the time of the event.
Audit data changes from insert, update and delete operations. Investigate and compare original values to the new ones
Application and login level auditing
Audit operations executed by specific users, including high privilege users, or choose to perform full auditing of database changes from specific applications
Tamper-evident repository design
Automatically detect any changes or on the audited data, or auditing and alerting configurations. Receive alerts, in real time, based on any suspicious activities.
Limited auditor access
Allow read-only permissions to auditors or other specific users by using the standalone reporting application via a connection from any machine inside the domain to create full auditing reports. Run integrity checks or investigate alerts without having to allow other users access to auditing data or configuration options
Get notified and alerted, in real time, when important events occur on audited SQL Servers including critical auditing events and data changes or configuration updates. Utilize existing alerts or create custom ones. Write alerts to the windows event log or send via email.
See all successful or failed login attempts on audited SQL Server instances and view login access history.
Security change auditing
Investigate any permission, SQL login, user, password or role changes.