NIST 800-53_AU-2

NIST 800-53

Audit and Accountability


Event Logging

a. Identify the types of events that the system is capable of logging in support of the audit function: [Assignment: organization-defined event types that the system is capable of logging];b. Coordinate the event logging function with other organizational entities requiring audit-related information to guide and inform the selection criteria for events to be logged;c. Specify the following event types for logging within the system: [Assignment: organization-defined event types (subset of the event types defined in AU-2a.) along with the frequency of (or situation requiring) logging for each identified event type];d. Provide a rationale for why the event types selected for logging are deemed to be adequate to support after-the-fact investigations of incidents; ande. Review and update the event types selected for logging [Assignment: organization-defined frequency].


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