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How File Server Auditing Can Help Prevent Insider Threats

Every year, insider threats consistently seem to represent one of the biggest risks to IT security for organizations all over the world. The problem is not going away any time soon. In fact, the annual Insider Threat Report revealed that a staggering 90% of those surveyed felt that they were vulnerable to insider attacks. On top of this, the biggest single risk factor contributing to the rise of insider threats was excessive access privileges.


Migrating Exchange mailboxes between databases is not your every-day task, and administrators can therefore find themselves spending an inordinate amount of time troubleshooting or re-distributing mailboxes across the databases. In this article, we will show you how to move mailboxes from one database to another in Exchange 2013 using the Exchange PowerShell. Following these steps should hopefully allow you to spend less time and make fewer mistakes when it comes to doing this task yourself.

Step 1 - Get the Mailbox Names

Group Policy is a fundamental element of an organization’s security policy. Even small unwanted changes to security policies, software deployment, desktop configuration or other settings can severely impact security, systems management and compliance.

Audit reports play a major role in tracking who, what, where, and when of critical data modifications. Here are 10 most useful Group Policy audit reports in LepideAuditor Suite to help you monitor changes.

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