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Proceedings 2004 VLDB Conference
Audit logs are considered good practice for business systems, and are required by federal regulations for secure systems, drug approval data, medical information disclosure, financial records, and electronic voting. Given the central role of audit logs, it is critical that they are correct and inalterable. It is not sufficient to say, "our data is correct, because we store all interactions in a separate audit log." The integrity of the audit log itself must also be guaranteed. This paperdoi:10.1016/b978-012088469-8/50046-2 fatcat:ypkzylyy6zdkxcjomc3odezpeq