Semperis Directory Services Protector for Active Directory
Keeping You in the Know and in Control
Business applications on-premises and in the cloud rely on Active Directory, making it a critical piece of your IT infrastructure. Directory changes must be scrutinized, and unwanted changes – whether accidental or malicious – immediately undone. Semperis Directory Services Protector (DSP) lets you find and fix problems fast to ensure systems remain available and secure.
Eliminate holes in the audit log
Isolate suspicious changes
Instantly roll back unwanted changes
Change tracking and remediation together in one console
Respond quickly to security threats and operational errors, to minimize exposure and eliminate downtime
Semperis DSP gives you visibility of changes to Active Directory, as well as the ability to immediately roll back unwanted changes.
The Semperis Difference
Semperis DSP leverages multiple data sources to overcome the shortcomings of traditional agent-based tracking and backup-based restore.
Unlike tracking tools that rely on agents and security logs, Semperis DSP tracks changes even if native security logging is turned off, logs are deleted, agents are disabled, or agents stop working for whatever reason (memory overflow, software bug, compatibility issue, etc.).
Semperis DSP eliminates holes in your audit log and allows you to quickly identify and undo suspicious changes, so you can minimize disruption to users and damage from cyberattacks.
Unlike recovery tools that rely on backups, Semperis DSP provides instant recovery (no need to mount or restore a backup). So, while other tools might make it possible to restore individual objects and attributes, Semperis DSP makes it practical to actually do so.
In addition, Semperis DSP can restore to any point in time (not just to a previous backup).
Number of User Accounts protected by Semperis
“Semperis DNS zone and record restoration is a lifesaver.”
“The ability to search and compare changes in real time saves us critical downtime.”
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