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Auditing, the last item in
the AAA of security, is the process of monitoring a system or network,
looking for potential security exposures or incidents, and verifying
proper operation and configuration. The system that
you are auditing may be a network, a computer, or your computing environment
as a whole (including disaster recovery, physical security, processes,
The two most common approaches to
system and network auditing today include configuration analysis/log
analysis and vulnerability scanning.
Auditing involves monitoring a system or network, looking for potential security exposures or incidents, and verifying proper operation and configuration. Auditing can be performed in many ways, such as analyzing logs (which provides information about past events on the network/system) and system/network scanning (which provides information about the current state of the system/network.)
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