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Audit your users' logons: ADAudit Plus User Logon report

ManageEngine ADAudit Plus is a UBA-driven auditor that fortifies your Active Directory (AD) security infrastructure. With over 250 built-in reports, it provides you with granular insights into what’s happening within your AD, such as all changes made to objects and their attributes. This can include changes to users, computers, groups, network shares, and more.


What to Do If You're Unprepared for a SOC Audit

The System and Organization Controls, or SOC (sometimes referred to as service organizations controls), are the required security control procedures set as non-mandatory, internationally-recognized standards that help businesses measure how SaaS companies and service organizations manage data and sensitive information. Organizations or businesses that have successfully passed the SOC auditing process can attest to the quality of their security controls for regulating customer data.


Understanding the hows and whys of open source audits

Learn who needs open source audits, why you might need one, who and what is involved, and how an open source audit can help you in an M&A. If you’re part of a modern business that does any software development, your dev teams are using open source components to move quickly, save money, and leverage community innovation. If you’re a law firm or a consultant, your clients use open source.


How to Perform a Cybersecurity Audit for Colleges & Universities

‍Cybersecurity audits are essential for any organization to review, analyze, and update its current IT infrastructure, information security policies (ISP), and overall cybersecurity risk management protocols. Audits are a critical part of information security and should be performed annually to ensure that new policies are implemented properly, potential vulnerabilities are identified, and the school maintains compliance with regulatory standards.


How Penetration Testing Can Better Prepare You for a SOC 2 Audit

The goal of a SOC 2 audit is to evaluate and verify how a service provider, whether an IT provider, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, or other outsourced solution, handles sensitive customer data. Companies are pursuing SOC 2 certification because it is an industry-recognized way to show customers that their security program is worthy of their trust. When thinking about how to prepare for a SOC 2 audit, cyber risk assessment and penetration testing should be on your list.


The four most important aspects of software due diligence audits

Understanding the key aspects of software due diligence audits will help you know what to look for in a trusted M&A partner. At some level, the pitch for any software-related service is the same: We have the expertise to provide high-quality solutions to your challenging problems. Sometimes that expertise is “powered by” proprietary technology. That’s well-aligned to what prospective clients look for in most software service scenarios.