Database auditing involves observing a database so as to be aware of the actions of database users.

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Can this be accomplished with Oracles Fine Grained Auditing?

We need to audit when a table is accessed (either select, update or delete) and I know Oracles Fine Grained Auditing can handle that. The issue we are having is that all of our users use the same ...
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How to speed up audit trigger?

The task: write a trigger to log all updates within tbl1 table for future audit users' actions. The tbl1 table: id INT(11) y SMALLINT(6) country SMALLINT(6) -- really here ~20 fields but only some ...
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Get notified when SQL Server 2008 Audit Server logs something?

I'm setting up SQL Server 2008 Audit Server to log any activities made by certain group of users of certain database. All I need to do is get notified when the Audit server logs something, so that I ...
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What is an audit table?

What are audit tables? How are they useful? I came across them reading this article.
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Data - Changes Audit Trail

What are typical scenarios where the user might require a data-change-audit-trail?
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Data Change Audit Plan

My company is changing from a distributed Access Database model to using a centralized SQL Database. The datatables were designed such that all of the tables have a modified date. In discussion it ...
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Do I trace an Active Directory group based database login the same way as an AD user based login on SQL Server?

We are currently undergoing an PwC audit on our database logins. Some of our user accounts have sysadmin privs, which of course is a major security breach. I have successfully done traces on ...
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Create an Audit trail on SQL Server 2008 to trace all privilege users

I need to create a trace of all the commands issued by members of SysAdmin or SecurityAdmin server Roles. I figured, I could use Profiler to do that but it will not comprise all the added members. I ...
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Policies RE database triggers in well-designed applications?

I've heard all kinds of horror stories around gremlins living in database triggers, and--worse--systems being brought down by the addition of a trigger that caused a chain of cascading ones. I'm ...
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How to find out who deleted some data SQL Server

My boss had a query from a customer yesterday asking how they could find out who deleted some data in their SQL Server database (it is the express edition if that matters). I thought this could be ...
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What would I need to do to make sure my DB policies have to pass a security audit?

I have an audit coming up, and I was wondering what physical, electronic, and logical access controls an auditor would look for when auditing a database for an ERP system. I'm really new to this ...
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Audit logins on MySQL database

Is there a way to audit logins to MySQL? I'd like to be able to create a username for each employee and thereby create an audit trail of logins. However, googling has turned up no good results. The ...
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How should deletions be handled in the database?

I'd like to implement an "undelete" feature in a web application such that a user can change her mind and recover a deleted record. Thoughts on how to implement this? Some options I've considered are ...