|AU-7 (1) Automatic Processing ||MODERATE |
Events of interest can be identified by the content of specific audit record fields including, for example, identities of individuals, event types, event locations, event times, event dates, system resources involved, IP addresses involved, or information objects accessed. Organizations may define audit event criteria to any degree of granularity required, for example, locations selectable by general networking location (e.g., by network or subnetwork) or selectable by specific information system component.
The information system provides the capability to process audit records for events of interest based on Assignment: organization-defined audit fields within audit records.
|AU-7 (2) Automatic Sort And Search || |
Sorting and searching of audit records may be based upon the contents of audit record fields, for example: (i) date/time of events; (ii) user identifiers; (iii) Internet Protocol (IP) addresses involved in the event; (iv) type of event; or (v) event success/failure.
The information system provides the capability to sort and search audit records for events of interest based on the content of Assignment: organization-defined audit fields within audit records.