Audience: Users with the
Auditpermission and Data Owners
Content Summary: All activity in Immuta is audited. This process provides rich audit logs that detail who subscribes to each data source, why they subscribe, when they access data, what SQL queries and blob fetches they run, and which files they access. Audit logs can be used for a number of intentions, including insider threat surveillance and data access monitoring for billing purposes. Audit logs can also be shipped to your enterprise auditing capability.
For more details about using audit logs, see the Audit Logs User Guide.
Audit Log Transport Details
Immuta's logging system is designed to easily connect with enterprise log collection and aggregation systems. Please see the Log Aggregation guide for full details.
Audit UI Functionality
Immuta provides access to all of the audit logs via the Audit page. Users can filter the log entries a variety of ways, including by project purpose, blobId, remote query id, the entry timestamp, data source, project, record type, and user. Logs can also be sorted by ascending (oldest entries first) or descending (latest entries first) order. By default, 50 log entries are displayed to a page, but that can be changed to 100 or 200.
Only users with the
AUDIT permission can access this page. See the
for more information.