4.008 - Auditing must be configured as required. - 'Logon/Logoff -> Logoff' successes.
Maintaining an audit trail of system activity logs can help identify configuration errors, troubleshoot service disruptions, and analyze compromises that have occurred, as well as detect attacks. Audit logs are necessary to provide a trail of evidence in case the system or network is compromised. Collecting this data is essential for analyzing the security of information assets and detecting signs of suspicious and unexpected behavior.
Configure the system to audit subcategories as outlined below. Open a Command Prompt with elevated privileges. (Run as administrator). Execute the following command for each subcategory. Auditpol /set /subcategory-'subcategory name' /success-enable(disable) /failure-enable(disable) (Include the quotes around the subcategory name). System Security System Extension - Success and Failure System Integrity - Success and Failure IPSec Driver - Success and Failure Security State Change - Success and Failure Logon/Logoff Logon - Success and Failure Logoff - Success Special Logon - Success Privilege Use Sensitive Privilege Use - Success and Failure Detailed Tracking Process Creation - Success Policy Change Audit Policy Change - Success and Failure Authentication Policy Change - Success Account Management User Account Management - Success and Failure Computer Account Management - Success and Failure Security Group Management - Success and Failure Other Account Management Events - Success and Failure Account Logon Credential Validation - Success and Failure