Logging
Learn more about how Strivacity Fusion provides tracking and logging of account events and audit logging of any configuration changes.
Strivacity Fusion includes several types of logging capability:
1) Account Events - these are used to record and audit customer account events such as account creation, account deletion and login/logout activity.
2) Admin Account Events - these are used to record and audit any admin and privileged level account events for Strivacity Fusion.
3) Audit Logs - these are used to audit any configuration changes to Strivacity Fusion.
To start using logging in Fusion, follow these simple steps:
1) Start by logging into the Admin Console using an admin account, or if you are using role-based access control, an account that has a role that contains the 'Logging' right.
2) From the left-hand menu, select Logging
3) You will see three sub-menu options - Account Events, Admin Account Events, and Audit Logs.

Account Events

Account Events are used to capture the activities of customer accounts. Fusion will store up to 30 days of account events by default.
Fusion logs the following account events:
Event
Description
Login
This event is generated when any customer account attempts to authenticate.
Logout
This event is generated when any customer account completes a log out.
Registration
This event is generated when a self-service registration for a Fusion, Social, or External OIDC or SAML account is started.
Forgotten Username Request
This event is generated when a self-service request for a forgotten username reminder (via email) is made.
Password Reset
This event is generated when a self-service request for a forgotten password (via email) is made.
Account Activation
This event is generated once a customer has completed an account activation using the magic link via email.
Account Deletion
This event is generated once a customer has completed an account deletion.
MFA Enrollment
This event is generated when a customer enrolls an MFA method successfully.
MFA Disenrollment
This event is generated when a customer disenrolls an MFA method successfully.

Admin Account Events

Admin Account Events are used to capture the activities of administrative (privileged) accounts. Fusion will store up to 30 days of account events by default.
Fusion logs the following account events:
Event
Description
Login
This event is generated when any administrative account attempts to authenticate.
Logout
This event is generated when any administrative account completes a log out.
Forgotten Username Request
This event is generated when a self-service request for a forgotten username reminder (via email) is made.
Password Reset
This event is generated when a self-service request for a forgotten password (via email) is made.
Account Deletion
This event is generated once an administrative account has been deleted.
Administrative Account Deletion
This event is generated once an admin, or a role role with the rights to delete an account has completed an account deletion.
Account Creation
This event is generated when an admin, or a role with the rights to create an account has completed an account creation.
MFA Enrollment
This event is generated when an administrator enrolls an MFA method successfully.
MFA Disenrollment
This event is generated when an administrator disenrolls an MFA method successfully.

Audit Logs

Audit Logs are used to capture the history of any administrative changes to Strivacity Fusion configuration, irrespective of the role used. Any create, update, or delete actions made via the Admin Console or via API will have the old and the new value audited and recorded.
A series of example audit log entries is shown below:
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For each event, the following event fields are gathered:
Field Name
Description
Date/Time
The Time and Date that the operation was performed
Changed By
The Admin user that made the configuration change
IP Address
The IP Address of the endpoint of where the change was made
Type
The type of change - Create, Update, Delete
Changes
The before and after changes to the configuration
Filtering may be used to search and filter the audit logs to help locate certain audit log events.
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