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Operational Compliance Dashboard

Learn about the compliance dashboard.

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Written by Dana Mauger
Updated over a week ago

The Compliance Dashboard brings together the most essential alerts, trends, and tasks needed to give a holistic view of your organization’s risk and compliance posture.

BEFORE DIVING IN

Each compliance dashboard is specific to each workspace.

HERE'S HOW

The dashboard is composed of various elements. Each of which provides a high level summary of the respective modules and provides a direct link into each area of the application.

Compliance Dashboard

Readiness overview

Readiness overview

The Readiness overview of your frameworks provides a high level view of the health of your compliance frameworks with the visual status bar, percentage ready, and the remaining controls still requiring attention for that specific framework. The remaining controls value is based on the number of non-ready in-scope controls and will be a subset of the total in-scope mapped controls for the referenced framework.

  • NOTE: You may have more frameworks enabled than show on your Dashboard. The Dashboard will not show frameworks that are still 0% ready. Once you being to make progress on a framework's readiness, its card will show on the Dashboard.

When selecting a framework card, you are redirected to the Controls In Scope page with the following pre-selected filters: 'Not Ready' and the selected framework.

The Controls In Scope page highlights the in-scope controls that are needed to satisfy the framework and controls that should be mapped to other frameworks.

Hovering over SOC 2 2017 create a blue outline

Notifications

The Notification section surfaces tasks required to gain or maintain compliance. Whether it’s an auditor message or a Trust Center alert, the highest priority items are always one click away.

Select the notification to go to the respective detail page of the Audit or Policy.

Test Trends

The test trends widget displays the status of your company’s monitoring tests week. The 'Total failing tests' line displays the total number of failing tests with the percentage change since seven (7) days prior. For example, if you had 2 failing tests 7 days ago, and you have remediated them both, your test trend will be down 200%. Further down you will be able to dig in a bit deeper into each individual category of tests.

On selection of a category, the individual failing tests are displayed ordered by the most recently failed test first. Each newly failed test is denoted by a red dot next to the 'First Failure' date. The red dot represents a newly failing test within the last 7 days. If a test fails, is fixed, and fails again, the most recent failure will be shown as the 'First Failure' date. On selection of a test, you will be directed to the specific test detail page.

Policy Status

Our policy center widget displays a high level split of the various status of policies as they make their way from creation to approval to renewal.

If you select the Policy status card, you are redirect to the Policy Center, to take any necessary actions.

Vendor Risks

The vendor widget shows the makeup of your organization’s current vendor risk posture. Initially, the widget provides an at-a-glance risk donut chart showing the high level breakdown of vendor risk.

Digging deeper and clicking into the vendor widget, you’ll be sent to the vendor detail page to: view all, reconfigure, send a questionnaire, set a reminder to review, and more within the Vendor Management module.

Connections

Continuous monitoring is the fuel which powers Drata’s engine. Configuring integrations with everything from cloud infrastructure to IdPs allows Drata to use the incoming data to automate many of the tedious and time consuming tasks involved in maintaining compliance.

While providing a quick view of any integration misconfiguration or error, it also acts as a button to bring you directly to your connections page.

Personnel

The personnel widget shows a quick view of the total number of users and how many of those are non-compliant. On selection of the personnel widget, users are sent to the personnel detail page to manage their Drata population.

Task Forecast and Task List

View and manage upcoming compliance tasks directly from the dashboard. Showing trends month over month of the volume of completed (and not completed) tasks for the current month and the following three months.

The list portion displays policy renewals, evidence renewals, as well as vendor reminders that have a due or renewal date. On selection of any of the tasks, you will be directed to the respective task’s detail page.

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