Why Audit Logs Are Important
Audit logs are immutable records that describe a system’s changes over time. Effective audit logging creates an audit trail that sequentially documents your system’s activity.

Audit logs are centrally stored records of the events that affect a system’s state or behavior.

The following data fields are usually tracked as part of an audit log event: The type of event that occurred.

Audit logs have a different purpose and intended audience when compared to the system logs written by your application’s code.

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