Key Enhancements Made to Netwrix Products and DLP Capabilities

Netwrix has released updated versions of six of its products since October 2023, alongside broadening its range of data loss prevention (DLP) capabilities. These improvements bolster customers’ ability to confront digital risks with assurance, allowing them to pinpoint and protect sensitive data, as well as to identify, address, and recover from potential attacks.

Solutions with notable key enhancements include the following:

Endpoint security solution:

  • Netwrix Endpoint Protector, the most recent addition to the Netwrix portfolio, protects data stored on employee workstations and laptops from accidental loss, unauthorized sharing, and malicious exfiltration. Continuous DLP across Windows, macOS, and Linux endpoints reduces the attack surface and mitigates the risk of a breach.

  • Netwrix PolicyPak now enables organizations to solve endpoint management and protection challenges for workstations and laptops with ARM processors without affecting end-user productivity.

Identity and access management (IAM) solution:

  • Netwrix GroupID now empowers customers to remediate security risks while reducing manual effort from the IT team by streamlining user and group management in Google Workspace in addition to Active Directory, Entra ID (former Azure AD), and Microsoft 365.

Privileged access management (PAM) solution:

  • Netwrix Privilege Secure now ensures consistent control over privileges across both Microsoft SQL Server and Postgres and provides seamless database migration.

Password security solution:

  • Netwrix Password Secure further reduces vulnerability to brute-force attacks by significantly increasing the iteration count for key derivation functions, improving client and server authentication hashes, and strengthening personal user key encryption.

Active Directory (AD) security solution:

  • Netwrix Enterprise Auditor (formerly Netwrix StealthAUDIT) now reduces the risk of data breaches by identifying sensitive data and detecting suspicious activity around this data on Qumulo and Nutanix servers. 

  • Netwrix Change Tracker facilitates compliance with a broad selection of new CIS Benchmarks and Compliance Reports templates.

“With 73% of organizations having a hybrid IT infrastructure and 69% of those who are currently on premises only planning to start cloud adoption soon, the complexity of IT architecture becomes a major challenge for data security,” says Michael Tweddle, Chief Product Officer at Netwrix. “Netwrix keeps focusing on delivering strong, consistent security measures across the whole on-premises and cloud infrastructure to empower our customers to face digital threats with confidence.”

For more information and to learn more about key enhancements, visit the website.

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