Which auditing solution should be used for banking service?

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Linux
Linux security
Security audits
Syslog
I'm working in a firm specialized in providing banking services. I'm working on a user control mechanism and as part of the mechanism I need an auditing solution. Here are the requirements I have for my system:

  1. Logging all the command that users enter and preferably storing them on a per user basis (for instance the command log for the user "navid" be stored as "navid.log"
  2. The ability to search for incidents based on user, command or time.
  3. Ability to generate reports on a weekly basis.
I've looked into syslog, syslog-ng, ossec and open-audit but I'm really not sure which one to go with.



Software/Hardware used:
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