Traceability & Auditability
Traceability in brief
In the era of digitalisation and virtualisation, we need to create new forms of evidence to maintain the notion of trust.
Traceability is therefore the mechanism used to keep a log of all digital actions carried out on a given system.
Rubycat manages the traceability of your
sensitive accesses to IS
An IS, by the very nature of the information it contains and the equipment to which it gives access, must meet a set of standards, particularly in terms of security. In addition to these standards, there are regulatory obligations specific to the company’s or organization’s field of activity.
Achieving compliance is therefore an important task for organisations, managing resources, as well as the means allocated.
Auditability, or control of this regulatory compliance is a guarantee of trust for your customers, your patients, or your users, but also a guarantee of respect.
The challenges of auditability
Beyond legal aspects, implementing an advanced auditability tool enables you to limit the potential unavailability of your services over time following an incident, for example.
From traceability to auditability
If an incident occurs, resolving it raises the challenge of understanding “who did what on the impacted server?”. It is not always easy to answer this question, which often involves studying all the recorded data.
Opting for an access traceability management solution gives you the assurance of having an auditability tool that allows you to constantly know which actions are being carried out on your IS and so quickly restore all your services following an incident.