Verify that access to all audit trails is logged on all computers. |
Attackers often attempt to access or even alter audit trails in order to remove all traces of their malicious actions. Making sure that only the right individuals have access to audit logs is important to make sure it doesn’t happen. Section 10.3 also specifies that user ID, type of event, timestamp, status, origination and entity names must be included with audit log access log records.
This Action1 query lists all audit log access rights for all managed endpoints and flags those that don’t have audit log security settings configured properly.
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