Enterprise Vault™ Auditing
- About this guide
- Introducing Enterprise Vault auditing
- Setting up auditing
- Viewing the audit database entries
- Viewing the audit database entries using Audit Viewer
- Viewing the audit database entries using SQL queries
- Auditing for data protection compliance
- Appendix A. Format of audit database entries
Introducing this guide
This guide describes how to set up Enterprise Vault auditing.
Enterprise Vault auditing records activity in a number of different categories. You select the categories in which you want to record activity, and Enterprise Vault stores the recorded information in the Enterprise Vault audit database. You can then view the audit database entries using SQL queries, or use the Audit Viewer utility.
Auditing is an important tool for providing evidence of compliance with data protection regulations. For example, you can use Enterprise Vault classification to mark personally identifiable information (PII), and then enable auditing to record when the PII is deleted.