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Intrusion detection and prevention The auditor should determine if there are any IDSs or IPSs that would detect authentication-bypass attempts The auditor should examine these systems to see whether they have up-to-date configurations and signatures, whether they generate alerts, and whether the recipients of alerts act upon them Dormant accounts The IS auditor should determine if any automated or manual process exists to identify and close dormant accounts Dormant accounts are user (or system) accounts that exist but are unused These accounts represent a risk to the environment, as they represent an additional path between intruders and valuable or sensitive data A dormant account could also be a back door, deliberately planted for future use But chances are that most dormant accounts are user accounts that were assigned to persons who ended up not needing to access the environment, or terminated employees whose accounts were never cleaned up Shared accounts The IS auditor should determine if there are any shared user accounts; these are user accounts that are routinely (or even infrequently) used by more than one person The principal risk with shared accounts is the inability to determine accountability for actions performed with the account Through the 1990s, information systems were routinely designed with shared user accounts, and many such systems continue to use shared accounts To the greatest extent possible, shared user accounts should be identified as audit exceptions and be replaced with individual user accounts System accounts The IS auditor should identify all system-level accounts on networks, systems, and applications The purpose of each system account should be identified, and it should be determined if each system account is still required (some may be artifacts of the initial implementation or of an upgrade or migration) The IS auditor should determine who has the password for each system account, whether accesses by system accounts are logged, and who monitors those logs Auditing Password Management Auditing password management requires attention to several key technologies and activities, including: Password standards The IS auditor needs to examine password configuration settings on information systems to determine how passwords are controlled Some of the areas requiring examination are: Minimum length: How many characters must a password have and whether there is a maximum length Complexity: Whether passwords must contain various types of characters (lowercase alphabetic, uppercase alphabetic, numeric, symbols), whether dictionary words are permitted, and whether permutations of the user ID are permitted
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Expiration: How frequently must passwords be changed History: Whether former passwords may be used again Minimum time between changes: Whether users are permitted to change their passwords frequently (for instance, to cycle back to the familiar password they are used to) Display: Whether the password is displayed when logging in or when creating a new password Transmission: Whether the password is encrypted when transmitted over the network or if it is transmitted in plaintext Storage: Whether the password is stored encrypted or hashed, or if it is stored in plaintext If it is stored encrypted or in plaintext, the IS auditor needs to determine who has access to it Account lockout The IS auditor should determine if systems automatically lock user accounts after a series of unsuccessful login attempts The auditor should determine how locked user accounts are unlocked whether automatically or manually and whether these events are logged Access to encrypted passwords The IS auditor should determine if end users are able to access encrypted/hashed passwords, which would enable them to use password cracking tools to discover other users and administrative passwords Password vaulting The IS auditor should determine if users are encouraged or required to use password vaulting tools for the safe storage of passwords and if administrative passwords are vaulted for emergency use Auditing User Access Provisioning Auditing the user access provisioning process requires attention to several key activities, including: Access request processes The IS auditor should identify all user access request processes and determine if these processes are used consistently throughout the organization The auditor should determine if there is one central user access request process, or if each environment has a separate process The auditor should identify what data elements are required in a user access request for instance, if the request specifies why and for how long the user needs this access The auditor should examine business records to determine how access requests are documented Access approvals When studying the user access process, the IS auditor needs to determine how requests are approved and by what authority they are approved The auditor should determine if system or data owners approve access requests, or if any accesses are ever denied (if no access requests are denied, the IS auditor should see if all requests are merely rubber stamped without any real scrutiny) The auditor should examine business records to look for evidence of access approvals
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