Tag Archive for Audit Trail

Part 11 Password Safeguards: What’s Really Required?

Q: My question concerns the requirement for Part 11 password safeguards (Part 11.300(d)) that prevent unauthorized use of passwords or identification codes. We’ve always considered the “detect and report” portion of this requirement to include logging unsuccessful attempts and then reviewing those…

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Objective Evidence: How to Document It to FDA’s Satisfaction

Q: Could you tell me what’s considered best practice when it comes to documenting objective evidence? A: First of all, remember that objective evidence is NOT the words “pass/fail”, “true/false”, “as expected”, or “yes/no”. They are conclusions. [pullquote align=”right” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=””…

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Audit Trail Corruption: How to Correct and Document It

Q: We’re a laboratory software developer. Recently, while examining a customer’s data, we discovered some corruption in their audit trail data — a few duplicate records. We’re tracking down how this happened, and of course we will correct the root cause. However, my question…

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