Data Monitoring

Immuta enforces access control policies automatically on every query and captures rich audit logs for data governance monitoring, so data teams can easily keep track of data security and compliance with rules and regulations.

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Before Immuta
  • Organizations blind to data leaks and violations
  • No policy auditing or monitoring
  • Difficulty proving compliant data use and investigating incidents
After Immuta
  • Proactively monitor data usage in real-time to prevent leaks
  • Easily generate customizable policy audit reports
  • Prove compliant data use and save time investigating incidents
User Activity

Automatically monitor all user activity on your data platform to prove compliant data use and investigate incidents.

Policy Activity and History

Track all policy activity and changes with full version history for investigations and audit events, without the need for specialized engineering resources.

Compliance and Anomaly Reports

Build powerful reports using a natural language builder to prove compliance and detect anomalies across all user activities on your data platforms.

Alerts and Notifications

Receive real-time activity notifications to proactively monitor policy, user, and workflow activities across Immuta.

Audit Log

Log all policy-related data access events using embedded reports or an open framework to make data available to an existing logging or Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tool.

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Prove compliant data use with company rules and external regulations.

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Prove compliant data use with company rules and external regulations.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do you need to audit data?

Organizations should audit data for multiple important purposes. On one hand, auditing data can provide insights into its quality, security, usage, and efficacy as a resource for various organizational purposes. Beyond quality assurance, auditing data allows teams to maintain a single source of truth for proving compliance with data rules, laws, and regulations. A comprehensive data audit will show whether or not a group’s data practices and systems are compliant with the regulations they are subject to, either proving to regulatory bodies that they are following the rules or showing directly that they are not.

What is an audit trail?

An audit trail is a detailed log of every action or activity taken related to data or reports in your information ecosystem. This includes any time data is created, modified, relocated, or deleted by system users. This should be the source of truth for any actions taken within a given data stack, used to monitor activity and prove compliance if/when necessary.

What is the purpose of audit trails?

The purpose of data audit trails are that they keep holistic tabs on the activity occurring in a data ecosystem. By maintaining a comprehensive trail of what data users are doing with this information, teams can identify any changes and protect against unintended or unauthorized modifications. They can also prove compliance with regulatory measures, using the audit trail as a primary source of how their data is being stored, accessed, and used in accordance with relevant rules.

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