GitHub's audit log allows admins to quickly review the actions performed by members of their Enterprise. It includes details such as who performed the action, what the action was, and when it was performed. To ensure the audit log can be used as an effective security and compliance tool, GitHub is constantly evaluating new audit log events and ensuring those events have the necessary fields to provide meaningful context. GitHub has made the following enhancements to the Enterprise audit logs:
org.sso_responseevents will be displayed in the REST API and audit log streaming payloads for GitHub Enterprise Cloud (GHEC) and GitHub Enterprise Server (GHES) version 3.8 or later.
protected_branch.update_nameevents will now include the
old_namefield make clear the current and past name of renamed repos, projects, and protected branches.