Frequently Asked Questions

What standards frameworks does AuditX support?

AuditX currently supports SOC 2 (Type I and II), PCI DSS, NIST CSF and ISO 27001. The platform is designed to support a broad range of standards frameworks including HITRUST, HIPAA, FedRAMP, GDPR, CCPA, etc.

 

What cloud providers does AuditX support?

Customers use AuditX across IT environments in AWS, Azure, GCP, and in-house/on-premises.

 

How much does AuditX cost? How is it priced?

AuditX is an annual software subscription priced based on the number of standards and number of audits the product will be used for. Single and multi-year subscriptions.

 

How does AuditX work with existing GRC tools I am already using?

AuditX is designed to be a complement to any existing GRC tools you may be using. Customers use AuditX for audit preparation, evidence collection, and readiness alongside broader GRC tools that often have many other modules/functions.

 

What other systems integrate with AuditX (e.g., Jira, ticketing systems, etc)?

The AuditX SaaS platform is designed for easy API integration with other SaaS systems in use. Integrations are a top priority on our product roadmap.

 

What is the process for onboarding and how long does it take?

The process of provisioning your secure AuditX account and onboarding your administrators/users can be done in a couple of hours – in stark contrast to many of the legacy solutions in the broader GRC space.

 

Can I see my previous audits and evidence in AuditX?

AuditX currently provides best practices descriptions and examples for evidence collection requirements associated with each control. Adding the capability to view evidence collected during prior compliance audits within AuditX is on our product roadmap.

 

How does Shujinko and AuditX work with Audit firms?

Shujinko views Audit firms as trusted partners. We maintain close partnerships with a wide range of audit firms and always where we share a common customer that is using AuditX for audit preparation and readiness and the independent audit firm for review/certification.

 

Can I import custom controls and/or modify existing control language that is built into AuditX?

This capability is on our product roadmap.

 

Prior to AuditX, what were most of your customers using for audit preparation, evidence collection, and audit readiness?

By far, the most common methods include the use of shared spreadsheets, shared documents, e-mail and attachments, scripts and SFTP, point solutions, and occasionally a legacy GRC tool.

AuditX currently supports SOC 2 (Type I and II) and PCI DSS. The platform is designed to support a broad range of standards frameworks including NIST CSF, ISO 27001, HITRUST, HIPAA, FedRAMP, GDPR, CCPA, etc.

Customers use AuditX across IT environments in AWS, Azure, GCP, and in-house/on-premises.

AuditX is an annual software subscription priced based on the number of standards and number of audits the product will be used for. Single and multi-year subscriptions.

AuditX is designed to be a complement to any existing GRC tools you may be using. Customers use AuditX for audit preparation, evidence collection, and readiness alongside broader GRC tools that often have many other modules/functions.

The AuditX SaaS platform is designed for easy API integration with other SaaS systems in use. Integrations are a top priority on our product roadmap.

The process of provisioning your secure AuditX account and onboarding your administrators/users can be done in a couple of hours – in stark contrast to many of the legacy solutions in the broader GRC space.

AuditX currently provides best practices descriptions and examples for evidence collection requirements associated with each control. Adding the capability to view evidence collected during prior audits within AuditX is on our product roadmap.

Shujinko views Audit firms as trusted partners. We maintain close partnerships with a wide range of audit firms and always where we share a common customer that is using AuditX for audit preparation and readiness and the independent audit firm for review/certification.

By far, the most common methods include the use of shared spreadsheets, shared documents, e-mail and attachments, scripts and SFTP, point solutions, and occasionally a legacy GRC tool.

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