10.2.5.c: Audit Changes to Administrative AccountsVerify that all changes to administrative privileges of users are logged
This section of PCI requires auditing of all additions, deletions and changes to any administrative accounts to be enabled on all the systems. Attacker can manipulate administrative rights once have control over certain systems and therefore it's critical to understand what actions were done to gain administrative level of access. 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 record changes to administrative accounts.
This Action1 query returns the status of auditing of administrative account configuration on every endpoint and flags endpoints that don't have it properly configured per this PCI requirement.
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