Audit and Accountability (Case Study)



Auditing and accountability’s primary objectives are to ensure there are sufficient controls in place that provides evidence that can be audited in addition to ensuring the availability of records for sufficient amounts of time. This guarantees that when a system gets hacked, crashes, or gets a fat fingered input, there is a process in place to expedite the recovery of data, rollback changes, or perform tracebacks. Auditing and accountability has far reaching effects many of which that can bring light to instances of concealed activity hidden deep within the network. Continue reading