Verify that all elevations of privileges is properly logged on all computers |
Some common methods of cybersecurity attacks involve elevation of privileges. Making sure that sure all privilege elevations are logged is important to trace potential actions of attackers and add additional accountability to all administrative actions. Section 10.3 also specifies that user ID, type of event, timestamp, status, origination and entity names have to be included with all log records that indicate elevation of privileges.
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