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Maintain HIPAA Compliance on Windows® Servers by Tracking Logon Activity

with CPTRAX for Windows - an activity auditing and alerting tool.

  • Record logon activity including failed login attempts
  • Guard against malicious software
  • Record system activity

Be in compliance at every audit.

CPTRAX for Windows assists with your HIPAA Compliance effort by providing real-time tracking of user logons, logouts, and failed login attempts as well as complete audit trails of selected file system access.

HIPAA issues addressed by CPTRAX for Windows

  • Procedures for guarding against malicious software § 164.308(a)(5)

CPTRAX can deny creation and renaming of executable files located on Windows Servers. This feature ensures unauthorized executable files are not created.
Block the creation and renaming of files based on various parameters, including any portion of the filename including the path.

  • Procedures for recording logon activity including failed login attempts § 164.308(a)(5)

CPTRAX can record logons and logouts occurring within your Windows and Windows Terminal Server (Citrix) servers. Track failed logon attempts including those using an incorrect password as well as those using a non-existent account. The failed logon name, error type, IP address and workstation name are all recorded. Failed logons can be separately track based upon the originating IP address.

  • Procedures for recording system activity § 164.312(b)

Track access to sensitive files stored on your Windows File Servers.


Track logons to Windows Servers, Remote Desktop/Terminal Servers, and Citrix Sessions

CPTRAX enables real-time logon auditing for Windows Servers, Remote Desktop Servers, Terminal Servers, and Citrix Sessions. Audit logons as they occur and quickly provide auditors with the session details they need.

Document the following logon activity:

  • Kerberos
  • NTLM
  • NTLMSSP
  • Failed Kerberos/NTLM/NTLMSSP
  • Remote desktop
  • Terminal server
  • Citrix Sessions

Detail information about who is logging on, including:

  • Username (LDAP or SAM account name)
  • Workstation name
  • Workstation IP address
  • Total session time
  • Remote computer name (for Remote Desktop and Terminal server sessions)
  • Remote computer IP address (for Remote Desktop and Terminal server sessions)

CPTRAX Failed Logon Report

Real-time email alerts

Know immediately when an action of interest occurs. CPTRAX can send you and your staff an email when certain file activities occur, while quietly auditing everything else.

Pattern alerts can be configured to alert you when interesting actions occur repeatedly.

Other features

  • Customizable tracking profiles
  • Ready-to-run reports
  • Central management console
  • Automated report scheduling
  • Centralized log files

Get a free trial of CPTRAX for Windows today!