Sample Use Cases:
Business Process Automation (Terminations):
Your When employees are terminated or leave an organization, the off-boarding process can many times involve manual tasks, the involvement of custom scripting routines, and multiple technologies. Using StealthAUDIT and the Active Directory Action Module, many organizations automate the account de-provisioning process by allowing StealthAUDIT to take a feed from their HR system, and then configuring the Active Directory Action Module to disable and move the account to a designated Organizational Unit (OU) within AD. This OU is also often protected by STEALTHbits’ StealthINTERCEPT for Active Directory, where users and administrators are blocked from moving, re-enabling, or otherwise tampering with disabled accounts.
Stale and unwanted objects within Active Directory make the environment more difficult to understand, manage, and secure. They can also affect a variety of processes associated with important technologies like Identity & Access Management platforms and Disaster Recovery solutions. As StealthAUDIT identifies stale objects and those that are no longer needed according to end-user feedback or organizational definitions, the Active Directory Action Module can be configured to automatically disable, move, or delete them. StealthAUDIT can also enrich Active Directory by synchronizing AD Object Attributes with more reliable sources of user metadata like HR Systems, ensuring important attributes like departments, titles, managers, and physical locations are populated with reliable information.
Disable AD Users
StealthAUDIT Action Modules can automate routine tasks like disabling a user account when an employee is terminated.