Knowing what happened is important. Being able to prove it, efficiently and accurately, is essential.
Internal auditors spend a lot of time searching for relevant records across the network, and plotting events on a timeline to determine what happened and when. As well as responding with an audit when an issue happens, internal auditors may also be involved in the ongoing process of identifying potential breaches or lapses in control. They need wide-ranging access to data and logs, but often need to rely on business area staff or the IT team to gather this for them.
I need access to all relevant information when I’m doing an audit, across systems and over time.
How we help
Castlepoint gives the audit team full visibility across the enterprise: it shows us what we have, where it is, what it is about, and who has done what to it. Castlepoint helps you comply with the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing:
- Identifying information: Castlepoint includes searching, browsing, and alerting to find sufficient relevant data.
- Reviewing audit history: You can use Castlepoint to view and be alerted for events on data, to ensure the data is reliable.
- Documenting information: Castlepoint includes reporting and exporting for your relevant data results and events.
- Preservation: You can use Castlepoint to set a Legal Hold on the in-scope data, preserving it and its integrity.
- Collection: Castlepoint’s export capability lets you copy the in-scope data to a secure preservation location.