Definition Edit

Audit logging is

[r]ecording of user activity in a system or application initiated by the user (e.g., access to a file, record, or field, use of modem). Further, it may record any attempts to log on (successful or unsuccessful) to a system and record log on ID, date and time of each log on.[1]

References Edit

  1. Federal Information System Controls Audit Manual, at 557.

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