Item 1: The discussion of the risk-based approach to audit trails in Annex 11 is covered in the Part 11 Scope and Application guidance, (3) so the two regulations are essentially the same.
Item 7: Annex 11 refers to keeping the audit trails for as long as required by the predicate rule requirements for record retention, but there is no explicit statement in Annex 11.
This category describes the use of an individual's audit trail data to provide users with information that may assist them with decision making or further actions.
Unlike the majority of audit trail implementations involving directive support and individual feedbackkasee of data, group feedback requires a means of storing and retrieving audit trail data generated by multiple users.
It should be noted that these three difficulties are not inherent weaknesses of audit trail systems per se.
When you do this upfront preparation correctly, setting up fully functional electronic audit trail processes will usually only take a few days, perhaps with the help of consultants who designed the proprietary aspects of the audit trail systems and who have an in-depth understanding of the underlying architecture of business systems.
Yet, many companies still attempt to implement Part 11 audit trails using plug in database tools that aggregate ALL database changes into large, unstructured data files.
In addition, an audit trail
of the executed CLI commands is created and they are logged accordingly.
In addition, both offer audit trails for determining whether inadvertent or unauthorized changes have occurred.
These audit trails can be printed by clicking on File, Print and selecting Summary Information in the Print What box.
Configuration audit trails track configuration changes made to network nodes.
Audit trails are particularly useful in operations centers staffed with multiple personnel.
Providing comprehensive audit trails
to streamline IT audit processes and ensure compliance with government regulations
The solutions can be implemented at any business that requires a high level of integrity for audit trails
such as administrations, financial, credit card, telecommunication, medical, insurance, on-line auction and entertainment industries as well as sensitive information sharing environments.
CYA's SmartRecovery provides the only recovery solution that captures and recovers discrete content and its associated audit trails
at the incident level in response to data loss as a result of corruption, viruses or human error without system downtime.