Glen Rock, NJ (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
STEALTHbits Technologies, the provider of the industry’s most comprehensive IT management and compliance platform, today announced the availability of StealthINTERCEPT™ Exchange Authority for Microsoft Exchange, a solution that provides real-time visibility into the changes occurring within the Microsoft Exchange Server ecosystem. StealthINTERCEPT efficiently monitors and prevents change and access activities, ensuring the security, compliance, and operational efficiency of an organization’s mission-critical Exchange infrastructure – all without any dependency on native logging facilities.
Following the success of StealthINTERCEPT Directory Authority, released earlier this year, this latest addition to the STEALTHbits product portfolio provides industry-first capabilities to block and prevent change and access events from occurring. In addition, Exchange Authority helps regulated organizations meet stringent audit and compliance guidelines set forth by SOX, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, FISMA and other regulatory conditions by providing the necessary controls to monitor how access is changing in the Microsoft Exchange environment.
Exchange administrators and security managers will also appreciate the enhanced security features of Exchange Authority which enable users to truly protect sensitive objects like the mailboxes themselves. StealthINTERCEPT’s Exchange Authority platform empowers organizations to create brand-scale and exacting control over every activity, permission and configuration within Exchange, helping to control the ever-present risk of security breaches and data leakage. Working in concert with these enhancements, Exchange Authority delivers critical efficiencies that help organizations reduce the potential for revenue and productivity losses due to accidental or malicious alterations to critical configurations. With a robust suite of configuration management solutions, StealthINTERCEPT Exchange Authority enables end-users to lock-down critical configurations and monitor configuration changes in real time.
“From meeting compliance requirements to the ever-present risk presented by both malicious and accidental alterations within Exchange to its configurations, a wide variety of users, from security specialists to governance groups, need greater insight into how changes are made, who is making them and why,” said Adam Laub, vice president, global product management for STEALTHbits. “The native security controls within Exchange are not nearly robust enough to protect against the endless requirements to both adhering to compliance standards and ensuring appropriate security, making the arrival of Exchange Authority extremely timely and immediately relevant to organizations of all sizes.”
Pricing & Availability
StealthINTERCEPT Exchange Authority is available immediately through STEALTHbits. For more information, visit us on the web at stealthbits.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1-201-447-9300.
STEALTHbits Technologies, Inc. offers the industry’s most comprehensive IT security and compliance platform. Built from the ground up to collect, analyze, remediate, and report on data and systems critical to compliance success, STEALTHbits provides a single, unified framework for securing Microsoft infrastructure and beyond, bridging the ever-widening gap between IT Security & Compliance groups. STEALTHbits’ unparalleled expertise in the management of Microsoft platforms, unstructured data, and access intelligence combine with its suite of innovative solutions to help organizations of all sizes perform critical tasks associated with achieving a unified security model, improved performance, and reduced overhead. Learn more at http://www.stealthbits.com and follow STEALTHbits on Twitter.
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