I have an application which stores users action to audit logs table and customers want to ensure nobody can change it or delete. Initially I thought about third party systems where data can be exported, but didn't found any. Idea about hashing audit data to prove it's integrity can't solve issue if data was deleted. Any options to prove customers their data was not changed or delete?
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