Data Security Compliance

Compliance provides guidance on how to secure access and use of certain critical data. FileAudit helps organizations know and demonstrate that this is the case with data stored on Windows file servers and in the cloud.

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The Need to Audit File Servers
to Ensure their Compliance

What is critical data and
where is it stored?

Compliance standards revolve around a particular data set. Medical records have HIPAA, credit card information has PCI DSS, personal information has GDPR, and more. Many Windows-based networks continue to host this critical data on server-based file systems, making these servers a primary target for attackers.

What is critical data and where is it stored?

Is native Windows compliance-ready?

Too many details and way too manual – the native Event Viewer is considered ineffective when it comes to tracking file access and usage across Windows domains. Moreover with the adoption of cloud-based file services, it is unable to show any events from a cloud environment.

This is where FileAudit comes in. Organizations can easily detect unauthorized access, destruction, loss, or alteration of critical data, enabling the IT department to review and correct problems. This granular level of file access management helps organizations exceed compliance regulations and avoid penalties.

Is native Windows compliance-ready?


keep critical data secure

FileAudit keeps track of activity across both on-premise and cloud storage environments.