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exmon for IT teams

Easily manage and protect business with continuous monitoring

Minimize the threat from both internal and external sources and refine overall IT security with continuous monitoring. With increased data visibility, issues can be detected and resolved quickly, supporting escalated response times and protecting the business from security breaches.

Exceptional Data Management
for internal IT teams

  • Monitor user behavior
  • Protect sensitive data
  • Better support cloud-based security

All in One Data Client

Become truly data-driven and turn data into value

Data quality errors and exceptions to business processes lead to lost revenue and added costs.

12k

exmon controls are actively monitoring data and data processes for our clients

Catching Over

135m

exceptions before it is escalted into lost revenues or added cost

Implement controls against Active Directory

In some cases, incorrect, unmonitored, or ill-configured user permissions can leave businesses open to data breaches and other cybersecurity risks. By using exMon, you can query domain controllers to monitor user behavior and ensure the correct level of access and permissions are assigned to each individual user, at all time.

Through continuous monitoring, access and permission anomalies can be easily identified and controls can be put in place such as ‘a user is active but should be disabled according to the HR system or AD group’, and ‘changes to domain names’ to alert the IT team about incorrect permissions that require rectification.

Protect business databases

If the correct user permissions are not in place, an external user could gain access to sensitive or confidential information and either alter, destroy or steal that data.

With exMon, the IT team can stop rogue users before they can impact the business by putting strict controls in place, such as ‘failed login attempts’, ‘single service accounts with privileged access’, ‘employee accounts being used as service accounts’, or ‘sensitive data stored outside business perimeters’.

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Better support cloud-based security

While on-premise systems have to adhere to certain perimeter-based security models, cloud-based solutions don’t follow these same rules. Instead, most cloud-based systems have inbuilt APIs that gather security information on behalf of the business, in order to configure security settings.

exMon enables the IT team to configure and monitor the security of cloud-based solutions by setting up controls to alert to security issues, such as ‘cloud users that are enabled in a third-party system but have been disabled in the AD’ and ‘comparing user privileges in a cloud solution to AD group membership for the user’, and ‘dormant user accounts.’

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