Audit logs help companies monitor user activity and keep track of potential security breaches or internal misuses of information.
Ometria’s audit log records the following activity per Ometria account user:
- Authentication activity
- Report generation and data export
- All activity in the the users and permissions area
- Coupon pool creation
The audit log helps you track who did what, where they did it, and when.
- How realtime is the data in the audit logs?
- How far back in time can I look on the audit logs?
- Who has access to the audit logs?
- Can an admin user delete or edit the audit logs?
- Can I export the data in the logs via CSV or API?
Go to: Your account > Security
You have access to the last 30 days of activity by default.
Narrow down your date range using the following filters:
- Last 7 days
- Last 28 days
- Custom range
- Search and filter the audit log
- Authentication in the audit log
- Users and permissions in the audit log
- Reporting events in the audit log
- API keys in the audit log
- Custom fields in the audit log
- Frequency capping in the audit log
- Coupon pools in the audit log
The target is the user or component (e.g. report) which has been acted upon by the User.
The user affected by the activity e.g removing or adding permissions.
The report which has been either generated or downloaded.
The user is the person who performed the activity.
E.g. If firstname.lastname@example.org changed email@example.com’s user permissions to include ‘can export data’, Sarah is the user and Bill is the target.
The IP address from which the activity originated. An IP address is a unique number linked to all online activity for this contact.
The country location of the IP address - either as registered by the ISP or the organisation responsible for the IP address (e.g. your company).
The time and date the activity took place, displayed in UTC.