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Your question doesn't seem to make any assumption about the platform/OS it is about. Which is why it may make sense to add an answer about how this is typically done/addressed in a mainframe environment, where the "engineers" (as in your question title) are actually groups of people were dozens (possibly hundreds) of people are involved. My answer is based ...


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Answer based on my knowledge of French "Internal controls" regulation, kind of equivalent to the SEC regulations you point to, I assume linking here to a French legal text would not be really useful and I know of no good translation of it. In an ideal 'You build it, you run it' model, everyone in the team will be accountable for the change. The risk ...


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I think the solution comes down to a broad spectrum of approaches that ensures data protection: Data Classification: The most efficient technical strategy is to categorise the data at the point of creation rigorously. At its core, the developers are responsible for ensuring that all logged information is assigned a category. Categorization can, for example,...


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