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About PCI DSS v3.2Anyone who accepts credit, debit or prepaid cards over the internet, telephone, or terminals aspayment; stores card data, or processes card transactions is responsible to be PCI compliant. Failureto comply with PCI may result in fines, loss of reputation, and inability to accept major credit cards.Appropriate policies and procedures, technical measures, administrative efforts, and physical securityshould supplement each other in the organization in order to ensure continuous compliance with PCIRequirements. Please note that the efforts and procedures required to establish compliance in each section may varyin different organizations depending on their systems configuration, internal procedures, nature ofbusiness, and other factors.Implementation of the described controls will not guarantee organizational compliance. Not all thecontrols that Netwrix can possibly support are included. This mapping should be used as a referenceguide for implementation of an organization tailored policies and procedures.2

Mapping of Processes and Report Categories to PCIControlsRequirement 3: Protect stored cardholder dataControlHow to Comply?3.1 Keep cardholder datastorage to a minimum byimplementing data retentionand disposal policies,procedures and processes3.2 Do not store sensitiveauthentication data afterauthorization (even ifencrypted). If sensitiveauthentication data is received,render all data unrecoverableupon completion of theauthorization process.Monitor all designatedlocations for data creation anddeletions to confirm thatretention and disposal policiesare effective.Processes and Report CategoriesData GovernanceData ChangesRequirement 5: Use and regularly update anti-virus software or programs5.3 Ensure that anti-virusConfigure Group policiesPrivileged Users Managementmechanisms are activelyappropriately as to not allowConfiguration Changesrunning and cannot bedisabled or altered by users,unless specifically authorizedby management on a case-bycase basis for a limited timeperiod.not authorized users to disableor change antivirus software.Audit all changes to sensitivesystems to ensure thatantivirus mechanisms have notbeen tempered with.Requirement 6: Develop and maintain secure systems and applications6.3.1 Remove development,test and/or custom applicationaccounts, user IDs, andpasswords before applicationsbecome active or are releasedto customers.6.4 Follow change controlprocesses and procedures forall changes to systemcomponents. The processesmust include the following:Audit user account states andchanges to verify that notest/development useraccounts are present in theproduction systems.Account ManagementAccount ChangesAccount StatesSupport this requirement byreferring to the complete audittrail provided by NetwrixAuditor to verify that allchanges are authorized inaccordance with organizationdefined policies andprocedures. Review Statusmechanism can be utilized.Audit TrailAll Changes3

6.4.1 Separatedevelopment/testenvironments from productionenvironments, and enforce theseparation with accesscontrols.6.4.2 Separation of dutiesbetween development/test andproduction environments6.4.4 Removal of test data andaccounts from systemcomponents before the systembecomes active/goes intoproduction. Documented changeapproval by authorized parties.Audit all access rights changes,activities of users withdevelopment/test user accessrights, across all informationsystems to ensure nounauthorized access toproduction environments ispossible.Access ControlGroup Membership ChangesGroup Membership StatesAll ChangesAll StatesValidate that all test useraccounts are removed andcreated temporary data isdeleted in accordance with therequirements.Utilize the audit trail providedby Netwrix Auditor to supplyreference of activities. Inaddition, Review Statusmechanism can be utilized.Account ManagementAccount ChangesAccount StatesAudit TrailAll ChangesRequirement 7: Restrict access to cardholder data by business need to know7.1 Limit access to systemAudit access to informationAccess Controlcomponents and cardholdersystems in order to confirmSystem Accessdata to only those individualsthat no access by unauthorized Data Accesswhose job requires suchpersonnel is taking place.Account Managementaccess.Account ChangesAccount States7.1.3 Assign access based onCombine audit trail provided by Account Managementindividual personnel’s jobNetwrix Auditor and HRAccount Changesclassification and function.department records to validatePrivileged Users Managementthat assigned access isAccount Changes7.1.4 Require documentedapproval by authorized partiesspecifying required privileges.7.2 Establish an access controlsystem(s) for systemscomponents that restrictsaccess based on a user’s needto know, and is set to “deny all”unless specifically allowed.necessary and appropriate.Compare Netwrix Auditorrecords of assignments ofprivileges and changes withinternal authorizationdocuments for each case of theprivileges assignment.Audit user access rights, filesfolders and their permissionsacross the entire ITinfrastructure for earlydetection of unauthorizedchanges to security settings(e.g. granting of newpermissions, elevation ofprivileges, etc.)Account ManagementAccount ChangesAccount StatesAccess ControlPolicy ChangesPolicy StatesSystem AccessUser ActivityIntegrity MonitoringSystem Integrity4

Requirement 8: Assign a unique ID to each person with computer access8.1 Define and implementComplement administrativeAccount Managementpolicies and procedures toefforts of various departmentsConfiguration Statesensure proper userof organization and built-inAccounts Statesidentification management forcapabilities of Active DirectoryAccount Changesnon-consumer users andfor identity management withPolicy Changesadministrators on all systemenhanced visibility, completePolicy Statescomponents as follows:audit trail of states andPrivileged Users Managementchanges and other featuresUser Activity8.2 In addition to assigning aprovided by Netwrix Auditor.Access Controlunique ID, ensure proper userauthentication managementSystem Accessfor non-consumer users andadministrators on all systemcomponents8.1.1 Assign all users a uniqueID before allowing them toaccess system components orcardholder data.Complete auditing of useraccounts and logons to analyzeviolations and prevent usage ofthe same ID by multiplepersons (e.g. from differentcomputers) Compare audit trailwith HR records.8.1.2 Control addition, deletion,and modification of user IDs,credentials, and other identifierobjects.Audit user creations, deletions,password resets, andmodifications to all accountpolicies and attributes acrossall information systems.8.1.3 Immediately revokeaccess for any terminatedusers.Manage user accounts incoordination with HRdepartment. Auditing ofdisabled accounts, automatedde-provisioning of inactive useraccounts.Utilize Netwrix Auditor built-inautomated disabling andremoval with full reporting.8.1.4 Remove/disable inactiveuser accounts within 90 days.8.1.5 Manage IDs used by thirdparties to access, support, ormaintain system componentsvia remote access.Audit user access and alloperations with accounts inorder to establish and maintaincontrol of system componentsthat allow remote access.8.1.6 Limit repeated accessattempts by locking out theuser ID after not more than sixattempts.Analyze Netwrix Auditor auditlogs of to confirm that ADaccount lockout policy (AccountLockout Threshold) isconfigured and functioningproperly.Access ControlSystem AccessData AccessAccount ManagementAccounts StatesAudit TrailUser ActivityAccount ManagementAccount ChangesCredentials ManagementPassword ChangesPassword Policy ChangesAccount ManagementAccount ChangesAccount StatesAccount ManagementAccount ChangesAccount StatesAccess ControlSystem AccessAccount ManagementAccount ChangesAccount StatesAccess ControlSystem AccessPolicy ChangesPolicy StatesSecurity Changes5

8.1.7 Set the lockout durationto a minimum of 30 minutes oruntil an administrator enablesthe user ID.8.1.8 If a session has been idlefor more than 15 minutes,require the user to reauthenticate to re-activate theterminal or session.8.2.1 Using strongcryptography, render allauthentication credentials(such as passwords/phrases)unreadable duringtransmission and storage on allsystem components.8.2.3 Passwords/passphrasesrequire a minimum length of atleast seven characters andcontain both numeric andalphabetic characters orequivalent parameters arespecified.8.2.4 Change userpasswords/passphrases atleast once every 90 days.8.2.5 Do not allow an individualto submit a newpassword/passphrase that isthe same as any of the last fourpasswords/passphrases he orshe has used.8.2.6 Setpasswords/passphrases forfirst-time use and upon reset toa unique value for each user,and change immediately afterthe first use.Analyze Netwrix Auditor auditlogs of to confirm that ADaccount lockout policy (Accountlockout duration) is configuredand functioning properly.Analyze Netwrix Auditor auditlogs to confirm that Grouppolicy for time-out settings fordisconnected, active, and idlesessions (Idle session limit) isconfigured and functioningproperly.Utilize built-in encryptionfeatures of Active Directory andvalidate proper policy statesand functionality by analyzingaudit trail provided by NetwrixAuditor.Audit state and changes ofActive Directory passwordpolicy settings to ensurecompliance with therequirement. Refer to the audittrail of all password changes tovalidate that policy wasenforced properly.Configuration ChangesUser ActivityAccess ControlPolicy ChangesPolicy StatesCredentials ManagementPassword ChangesPassword Policy ChangesConfiguration ManagementPolicy StatesConfiguration StatesAudit all newly created useraccounts, logons and passwordchanges to confirm complianceand/or prevent violation .6

8.4 Document andcommunicate authenticationpolicies and procedures to allusers including: Guidance on selecting strongauthentication credentials Guidance for how usersshould protect theirauthentication credentials Instructions not to reusepreviously used passwords Instructions to changepasswords if there is anysuspicion the password couldbe compromised.Utilizing automatic passwordexpiration alerting mechanismof Netwrix Auditor may helpwith this requirement.Access ControlPolicy StatesConfiguration ManagementPolicy StatesConfiguration States8.5 Do not use group, shared,or generic IDs, passwords.Audit actions done under ashared account (e.g. sameuser/different workstations)and help to eliminate its usageAudit access and activities logsacross information systems tovalidate that credentials usedfor POS remote access cannotbe used to access any of theother systems.Access ControlUser ActivityAccount ManagementAccount Changes8.5.1 Additional requirementfor service providers only:Service providers with remoteaccess to customer premises(for example, for support ofPOS systems or servers) mustuse a unique authenticationcredential (such as apassword/phrase) for eachcustomer.Requirement 10: Track and monitor all access to network resources and cardholder data10.1 Implement audit trails toUtilize Netwrix Auditor’s fullyAccess Controllink all access to systemfeatured auditing and reporting System Accesscomponents to each individualof all user activities includingData Accessuser.access to sensitive files, acrossUser Activitythe entire IT infrastructure andAudit Trailrecording of who changedUser Activitywhat, when, and where.10.2 Implement automatedaudit trails for all systemcomponents to reconstruct thefollowing events:10.2.1 All individual useraccesses to cardholder data.This requirement is supportedby built-in functionality ofNetwrix auditor.Audit TrailAll ChangesAll StatesAudit all user access todesignated locations ininformation systems, wherecardholder data is stored.10.2.2 All actions taken by anyindividual with root oradministrative privileges.Audit all activities of users withadministrative privileges acrossinformation systems.Access ControlData AccessData IntegrityUser ActivityPrivileged Users ManagementUser Activity7

10.2.3 Access to all audit trails10.2.4 Invalid logical accessTurn on user activity videorecording feature on systemswith Netwrix Auditorinstallations and capture allinteractions.Audit failed logon attempts.attempts.10.2.5 Use of and changes toidentification andauthentication mechanisms—including but not limited tocreation of new accounts andelevation of privileges—and allchanges, additions, or deletionsto accounts with root oradministrative privileges10.2.6 Initialization, stopping,or pausing of the audit logs10.2.7 Creation and deletion ofsystem-level objects10.3 Record at least thefollowing audit trail entries forall system components foreach event: User identification;Type of event; Date and time;Success or failure indication;Origination of event10.6 Review logs and securityevents for all systemcomponents to identifyanomalies or suspiciousactivity.10.7 Retain audit trail historyfor at least one year, with aminimum of three monthsimmediately available foranalysis (for example, online,archived, or restorable frombackup).Audit user logons, activities andchanges to account policies andmodifications to user accountsincluding elevation ofprivileges.Monitor changes to theauditing policies on criticalsystems, optionally utilize useractivity video recording. Watchfor problems with auditcollection in daily summaryreport of Netwrix Auditor.Audit all modifications tocritical files, database tables,AD objects, registry keys, etc.This requirement is supportedby built-in functionality ofNetwrix auditor.Full-featured reportingfunctionality with predefinedreports and ability to createcustom reports on any type ofcollected data. Out-of-the boxreports scheduled daily andsent via e-mail for review.Unlimited storage capabilitieswith efficient storage use tostore up to 10 years and moreof past audit trails and historyof changes to systemcomponents and securitysettings. Full-featured reportingfor immediate access to allrequired data.Audit TrailUser ActivityAccess ControlSystem AccessAccess ControlSystem AccessAccount ManagementAccount ChangesPolicy ChangesPrivileged Users ManagementAccount ChangesGroup Membership ChangesAudit TrailUser ActivityPolicy ChangesIntegrity MonitoringSystem IntegritySecurity ChangesAudit TrailAll ChangesConfiguration ManagementAll ChangesAudit Trail8

Requirement 11: Regularly test security systems and processes11.2 Run internal and externalRefer to the audit trailAccess Controlnetwork vulnerability scans atgenerated by Netwrix AuditorSystem Accessleast quarterly and after anyto ensure that there’re noAudit Trailsignificant change in thetraces of unauthorized accessUser Activitynetwork (such as new systemand no degrading changes toAll Changescomponent installations,changes in network topology,firewall rule modifications,product upgrades).11.3 Implement a methodologyfor penetration testing11.5 Deploy a change-detectionmechanism (for example, fileintegrity monitoring tools) toalert personnel tounauthorized modification(including changes, additions,and deletions) of critical systemfiles, configuration files, orcontent files; and configure thesoftware to perform critical filecomparisons at least weekly.security mechanisms.Audit all changes to sensitiveinformation systems to detectviolations.Integrity MonitoringSystem IntegrityData IntegrityUser ActivityAll ChangesControl Processes and Report CategoriesControl Processes Facilitated by Netwrix AuditorFrom the compliance perspective, IT operations can be viewed and managed as a collection of controlprocesses. Such processes allow focusing organizational efforts on a specific area of IT, enforcingcertain policies, and establishing particular set of compliance controls. While control processes can beseen as separate entities for the purposes of implementation and management simplicity, in fact allthese processes are deeply interconnected and often intrinsic to many regulations and best practicesframeworks.Access ControlAccount ManagementCredentials ManagementPrivileged Users ManagementIntegrity MonitoringConfiguration ManagementData GovernanceAudit Trail9

Netwrix Auditor Report CategoriesFor better efficiency and more focused approach to the audit data processing, Netwrix Auditor reportsare classified into the following categories:Account ChangesPassword ChangesAccount StatesPassword Policy ChangesAll ChangesPermission ChangesAll StatesPermission StatesConfiguration ChangesPolicy ChangesConfiguration StatesPolicy StatesData AccessSecurity ChangesData ChangesSystem IntegrityData IntegritySystem AccessData StatesUser ActivityGroup Membership ChangesGroup Membership States10

Access ControlProcess for establishing selective restrictions of access to information systems and data.Report CategoryNetwrix Auditor ReportAudited SystemPriorityAccount ChangesRecently Enabled AccountsActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount ChangesUser Account Status ChangesActive DirectorySecondaryAccount StatesAccounts with Most Logon ActivityActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount StatesTemporary User AccountsActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount StatesUser Accounts - Passwords Never ExpireActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount StatesUser AccountsActive DirectorySecondaryAccount StatesUser Accounts - ExpiredActive DirectorySecondaryAccount StatesUser Accounts - LockedActive DirectorySecondaryAll ChangesAll Active Directory Changes by GroupActive DirectorySecondaryAll ChangesAll Events by SourceEvent LogPrimaryAll ChangesLocal Users and Groups ChangesWindows ServerPrimaryConfiguration ChangesOrganizational Unit ChangesActive DirectorySecondaryConfiguration ChangesUser Account Locks and UnlocksEvent LogPrimaryConfiguration ChangesAddress List ChangesExchangeSecondaryConfiguration ChangesInteractive Logon Setting ChangesGroup PolicyPrimaryConfiguration StatesActive change OnlinePrimaryData AccessOrganizational UnitsAll Exchange Server Non-Owner Mailbox AccessEventsAll Exchange Server Non-Owner Mailbox AccessEvents by UserAll Exchange Online Non-Owner Mailbox AccessEventsAll Exchange Online Non-Owner Mailbox AccessEvents by UserExchange OnlinePrimaryData AccessAccess to Archive DataFile ServersPrimaryData AccessData Access SurgesFile ServersPrimaryData AccessExcessive Access PermissionsFile ServersPrimaryData AccessSuccessful File ReadsFile ServersSecondaryData AccessData AccessOracle DatabasePrimaryData AccessSharePoint Read AccessSharePointPrimaryData AccessData AccessSharePoint OnlinePrimaryData ChangesSharePoint Content Changes by UserSharePointSecondaryData ChangesAll SQL Server Data ChangesSQL ServerSecondaryData IntegrityExchange Online Public Folder ChangesExchange OnlinePrimaryData IntegrityFailed Change AttemptsFile ServersPrimaryData IntegrityFailed Read AttemptsFile ServersPrimaryData IntegrityShare ChangesFile ServersSecondaryGroup Membership ChangesDistribution Group ChangesActive DirectoryPrimaryData AccessData AccessData AccessPCI Requirements and Netwrix Auditor Mapping11

Group Membership ChangesSecurity Group Membership ChangesActive DirectoryPrimaryGroup Membership ChangesAdministrative Group Membership ChangesActive DirectorySecondaryGroup Membership ChangesExchange Online Group ChangesExchange OnlinePrimaryGroup Membership ChangesGroup Membership by UserFile ServersPrimaryGroup Membership StatesEffective Group MembershipActive DirectoryPrimaryGroup Membership StatesGroup MembersActive DirectoryPrimaryGroup Membership StatesAdministrative Group MembersActive DirectorySecondaryGroup Membership StatesUser Accounts - Group MembershipActive DirectorySecondaryPassword ChangesPassword Resets by AdministratorActive DirectorySecondaryPassword ChangesUser Password ChangesActive DirectorySecondaryPassword Policy ChangesPassword Policy ChangesGroup PolicySecondaryPermission ChangesExchange Online Mail User ChangesExchange OnlinePrimaryPermission ChangesExchange Online Mailbox Permissions ChangesExchange OnlinePrimaryPermission ChangesPermissions ChangesFile ServersPrimaryPermission ChangesSharePoint Permissions Changes by UserSharePointPrimaryPermission StatesAccount PermissionsFile ServersPrimaryPermission StatesObject Permissions by ObjectFile ServersPrimaryPolicy ChangesExchange Online Mailbox Policy ChangesExchange OnlinePrimaryPolicy ChangesUser Rights Assignment Policy ChangesGroup PolicyPrimaryPolicy ChangesAccount Policy ChangesGroup PolicySecondaryPolicy ChangesUser Configuration ChangesGroup PolicySecondaryPolicy StatesAccount PoliciesGroup PolicySecondarySecurity ChangesEvent LogSecondarySecurity ChangesAll Security Events by UserRenaming of Administrator and Guest AccountsThrough Group PolicyGroup PolicySecondarySystem AccessActivity Outside Business HoursActive DirectoryPrimarySystem AccessAll Logon ActivityActive DirectoryPrimarySystem AccessFailed LogonsActive DirectoryPrimarySystem AccessInteractive LogonsActive DirectoryPrimarySystem AccessLogons by Multiple Users from Single EndpointActive DirectoryPrimarySystem AccessLogons by Single User from Multiple EndpointsActive DirectoryPrimarySystem AccessSuccessful LogonsActive DirectoryPrimarySystem AccessUser Accounts - Last Logon TimeActive DirectoryPrimarySystem AccessUser Logons and Logoffs on Domain ControllersActive DirectoryPrimarySystem AccessAzure AD Logon ActivityAzure ADPrimarySystem AccessFailed Logon AttemptsEvent LogPrimarySystem AccessLogoffs by UserEvent LogPrimarySystem AccessRemote Desktop SessionsEvent LogPrimarySystem AccessSuccessful Logons by UserEvent LogPrimarySystem AccessWireless Network Policy ChangesGroup PolicyPrimarySystem AccessAll Oracle Database LogonsOracle DatabasePrimaryPCI Requirements and Netwrix Auditor Mapping12

System AccessAll SQL Server LogonsSQL ServerPrimaryUser ActivityAll Exchange Server Changes by UserExchangeSecondaryUser ActivityFile Server Changes by UserFile ServersPrimaryUser ActivityAll File Server Activity by UserFile ServersSecondaryUser ActivityAll SQL Server Activity by UserSQL ServerPrimaryUser ActivityAll User Activity by UserUser ActivityPrimaryUser ActivityAll Windows Server Changes by UserWindows ServerSecondaryAccount ManagementProcess for issuing, removing, maintaining and configuring information systems’ accounts and relatedprivileges.Report CategoryNetwrix Auditor ReportAudited SystemPriorityAccount ChangesComputer Account ChangesActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount ChangesContact Object ChangesActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount ChangesRecently Enabled AccountsActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount ChangesUser Account ChangesActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount ChangesUser Account Status ChangesActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount ChangesAzure ADPrimaryAccount ChangesUser Account Management in Azure ADUser Accounts Created and Deleted Directly inAzure ADAzure ADPrimaryAccount ChangesUser-Initiated Password Changes in Azure ADAzure ADPrimaryAccount ChangesAccount ManagementOracle DatabasePrimaryAccount StatesAccounts with Most Logon ActivityActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount StatesOrganizational Unit AccountsActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount StatesService Principal Names of Computer AccountsActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount StatesUser AccountsActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount StatesUser Accounts - ExpiredActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount StatesUser Accounts - LockedActive DirectoryPrimaryAccount StatesUser Accounts - Passwords Never ExpireActive DirectoryPrimaryConfiguration ChangesUser Account Locks and UnlocksEvent LogSecondaryConfiguration StatesActive ange OnlinePrimaryData AccessComputer AccountsAll Exchange Server Non-Owner Mailbox AccessEventsAll Exchange Server Non-Owner Mailbox AccessEvents by UserAll Exchange Online Non-Owner Mailbox AccessEventsAll Exchange Online Non-Owner Mailbox AccessEvents by UserExchange OnlinePrimaryData AccessExcessive Access PermissionsFile ServersPrimaryData StatesPotential Data Owners by FolderFile ServersPrimaryData AccessData AccessData AccessPCI Requirements and Netwrix Auditor Mapping13

Data StatesTop Owners by Total File SizeFile ServersSecondaryGroup Membership ChangesGroup Membership Changes in Azure ADAzure ADPrimaryGroup Membership ChangesExchange Online Group ChangesExchange OnlinePrimaryGroup Membership ChangesGroup Membership by UserFile ServersPrimaryGroup Membership StatesTemporary Users in Privileged GroupsActive DirectoryPrimaryGroup Membership StatesUser Accounts - Group MembershipActive DirectoryPrimaryGroup Membership StatesUsers Not in Any Distribution GroupActive DirectoryPrimaryGroup Membership StatesEffective Group MembershipActive DirectorySecondaryGroup Membership StatesGroup MembersActive DirectorySecondaryPermission ChangesPrivilege ManagementOracle DatabasePrimaryPermission StatesAccount PermissionsFile ServersPrimaryPolicy ChangesAccount Policy ChangesGroup PolicyPrimaryPolicy ChangesUser Configuration ChangesGroup PolicyPrimaryPolicy StatesAccount PoliciesGroup PolicyPrimarySystem AccessFailed LogonsActive DirectoryPrimarySystem AccessSuccessful LogonsActive DirectoryPrimarySystem AccessUser Logons and Logoffs on Domain ControllersActive DirectoryPrimaryUser ActivityUser Activity SummaryFile ServersPrimaryCredentials ManagementProcess for management of credential information such as user names and passwords.Report CategoryNetwrix Auditor ReportAudited SystemPriorityAccount ChangesUser-Initiated Password Changes in Azure ADAzure ADPrimaryAccount StatesUser Accounts - Passwords Never ExpireActive DirectoryPrimaryPassword ChangesPassword Resets by AdministratorActive DirectoryPrimaryPassword ChangesUser Password ChangesActive DirectoryPrimaryPassword Policy ChangesPassword Policy ChangesGroup PolicyPrimaryPrivileged Users ManagementProcess for management of privileged accounts, including their provisioning and life cycle management,authentication, authorization, credentials management, auditing, and access control.Report CategoryNetwrix Auditor ReportAudited SystemPriorityAccount ChangesUser Account ChangesActive DirectorySecondaryAccount StatesUser Accounts - Passwords Never ExpireActive DirectoryPrimaryAll ChangesAll System Events by UserEvent LogSecondaryAll ChangesExchange Database ChangesExchangeSecondaryAll ChangesNew Exchange ServersExchangeSecondaryAll ChangesAll Exchange Server Changes by DateExchange OnlinePrimaryAll ChangesAll Oracle Database Administrative ActivityOracle DatabasePrimaryPCI Requirements and Netwrix Auditor Mapping14

All ChangesAll User ActivityUser ActivitySecondaryAll ChangesAll VMware Changes by UserVMwareSecondaryAll ChangesLocal Users and Groups ChangesWindows ServerSecondaryConfiguration ChangesActive Directory Schema Container ChangesActive DirectorySecondaryConfiguration ChangesMailbox ChangesExchangeSecondaryConfiguration ChangesExchange Online Management Role ChangesExchange OnlinePrimaryConfiguration ChangesInteractive Logon Setting ChangesGroup PolicySecondaryConfiguration ChangesDNS Configuration ChangesWindows ServerSecondaryConfiguration ChangesDNS Resource Record ChangesWindows ServerSecondaryConfiguration ChangesGeneral Computer Settings ChangesWindows ServerSecondaryConfiguration ChangesPrograms Added and RemovedWindows ServerSecondaryConfiguration ChangesWindows Registry ChangesWindows ServerSecondaryData IntegrityFiles and Folders DeletedFile ServersSecondaryGroup Membership ChangesAdministrative Group Membership ChangesActive DirectoryPrimaryGroup Membership ChangesSecurity Group Membership ChangesActive DirectorySecondaryGroup Membership ChangesExchange Online Group ChangesExchange OnlinePrimaryGroup Membership StatesAdministrative Group MembersActive DirectoryPrimaryGroup Membership StatesTemporary Users in Privileged GroupsActive DirectoryPrimaryPermission ChangesMailbox Delegation and Permissions ChangesExchangeSecondaryPermission ChangesExchange Online Mailbox Permissions ChangesExchange OnlinePrimaryPermission ChangesPrivilege ManagementOracle DatabasePrimaryPermission ChangesVMware Virtual Machine Permissions ChangesVMwareSecondaryPermission StatesGroup Policy Object DelegationGroup PolicySecondaryPolicy ChangesEmail Address Policy ChangesExchangeSecondaryPolicy ChangesExchange Online Mailbox Policy ChangesExchange OnlinePrimaryPolicy ChangesAdministrative Template ChangesGroup PolicyPrimaryPolicy ChangesRestricted Groups Policy ChangesGroup PolicyPrimaryPolicy ChangesPublic Key Policy ChangesGroup PolicySecondaryPolicy ChangesUser Rights Assignment Policy ChangesGroup PolicySecondarySecurity ChangesActive DirectorySecondarySecurity ChangesSecurity Group ChangesRenaming of Administrator and Guest AccountsThrough Group PolicyGroup PolicyPrimarySecurity ChangesSecurity Settings ChangesGroup PolicySecondarySystem AccessUser Logons and Logoffs on Domain ControllersActive DirectoryPrimarySystem AccessFailed Logon AttemptsEvent LogSecondarySystem AccessLogoffs by UserEvent LogSecondarySystem AccessRemote Desktop SessionsEvent LogSecondarySystem AccessSuccessful Logons by UserEvent LogSecondaryUser ActivityAll Active Directory Changes by UserActive DirectorySecondaryUser ActivityAll Changes by UserAll Audited SystemsSecondaryUser ActivityAll Events by UserEvent LogSecondaryPCI Requirements and Netwrix Auditor Mapping15

User ActivityAll Exchange Server Changes by GroupExchangeSecondaryUser ActivityFile Server Changes by UserFile ServersSecondaryUser ActivityAll Group Policy Changes by GroupGroup PolicySecondaryUser ActivityAll SharePoint Changes by UserSharePointSecondaryUser ActivityAll SQL Server Activity by UserSQL ServerSecondaryUser ActivityAll User Activity by UserUser ActivitySecondaryIntegrity MonitoringProcess for performing validation of data and configurations integrity by comparing between the current stateand the known, good baseline.Report CategoryNetwrix Auditor ReportAudited SystemPriorityAccount StatesAccounts with Most Logon ActivityA

account lockout policy (Account lockout duration) is configured and functioning properly. Configuration Changes User Activity 8.1.8 If a session has been idle for more than 15 minutes, require the user to re-authenticate to re-activate the terminal or session. Analyze Netwrix Auditor audit logs to confirm that Group policy for time-out settings for

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