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This section first provides more detail about the process that was summarized in the Solution section, then discusses factors in determining relative importance of requirements.
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Audit Requirements 373
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The requirements process is typically performed by a system requirements engineer, in conjunction with an enterprise architect, and includes several steps: 1. Establish the domain for which the audit service is needed. Ensure that the domain has been identified and scoped: typical audit domains include information system, physical facility, network, portal, category of events, or entire organization. The domain consists of at least three parts: a defined scope of actors or users, a defined scope of assets, and a defined scope or set of events that involve actions or operations on those assets. Other constraints may bound the domain for example, the audit requirements for a real-time service may differ from those for a multi-year service: these might represent two domains. 2. Specify a set of factors that affect the specialization and importance of requirements. The factors include use of audit, audit needs, organization constraints, and priorities. You can find a general candidate set of factors below. 3. Specify the audit requirements for the target audit domain. To do this, specialize the set of generic requirements given in the Solution section. 4. Define the relative importance of specific requirements.
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Table 11.3 reiterates the generic requirements described in the Solution section, and identifies factors for judging their relative importance to an organization or system. For each factor, the table also indicates the resulting requirement priority, in terms of High, Medium, and Low.
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Samuel the museum systems engineer defines the museum s research network as an audit domain. Table 11.4 shows the requirements ratings Samuel has specified for this domain.
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The general audit requirements and the process of specifying audit requirements described in this pattern are widely known, but are generally used informally, as opposed to being codified or published. The requirements as stated in this pattern represent a consolidation of MITRE Corporation s experience in working with multiple
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Table 11.3 Audit service requirements factors
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GENERIC REQUIREMENT Provide information about malicious and unwanted events RESULTING PRIORITY High
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FACTOR Required by law or other mandate outside of the organization, or events involve highly-sensitive or valuable assets. Internal organization concern rather than external mandate, or events involve assets of medium value Only prevention approach used, not detection or response, or events involve low value assets.
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Provide information associating actors with events
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Assigning responsibility is high priority, because it is required by law, or events involve highly sensitive or valuable assets. Accountability is an organization concern and not a legal or external mandate, or events involve assets of medium value, or losses are covered by insurance or fall within the boundaries of acceptable risk. No action will be taken against individuals, or events involve low value assets.
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High
Medium
Provide information on actor activity over a period of time
Actor behavior is a concern to boards, customers, or regulatory entities, who require the organization to provide this information. Accountability is an organization concern and not a legal or external mandate, or activities and behavior patterns involve assets of medium value. Actions are not long-lasting and are of minimal impact.
High
Medium
Be able to determine what captured information is relevant
Event information is to be used by boards, customers or regulatory entities who require the organization to provide this information. Accountability is an organization concern and not a legal or external mandate, or activities and behavior patterns involve assets of medium value. Only a small amount of audit log information is captured, or the overall need for audit service is low.
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Table 11.3 Audit service requirements factors (continued)
GENERIC REQUIREMENT Perform its service when needed
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FACTOR The need for accountability is high, and security accounting is the only source of this information. The need for accountability is moderate, or alternative sources of accounting information are available.
RESULTING PRIORITY High
Medium
Provide reliable and accurate information
The need for accountability is high, or security accounting information must be provided to an outside organization. The need for accountability is moderate, and only required inside the organization.