Defining the new audit standard (v2)



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/ audit • may • shn /

Audit: / au • dit /

Latin Origin: First known use in 15th century, with little to no process evolution until 2021

  1. Back in the day when people used to ask other people for paper documents, scrolls, or even pictograms of their choosing, as evidence.
  2. A time when the evidence collection method was a slow and tedious human driven process - even a cave man could do it!
  3. Back when grown adults used written questions and answers to authenticate compliance, and pretend everyone was telling the truth.
  4. A time when people could manipulate pictures or swap out their real data with "samples"; resulting in the all mighty 2-thumbs PLUS a wink.
  5. Back when a concept called Zero Trust applied everywhere else EXCEPT with audits.

Audit In A Sentence:
Well hell, you wouldn't use an accountant to develop technology that scales audit automation, would you?

Auditmation: / audit • may • shn /

American Origin: Created in 2021 to regain the trust and integrity of today's IT audits, through machine-validated continuous truth

  1. independent, machine-driven assessment and validation process, eliminating human intervention
  2. method by advanced robotic process automated means, producing unbiased immutable data integrity
  3. replaces dependency on people, process, and tools, with automated testing to 100% of control and population coverage
  4. proprietary method for obtaining evidence data from its source, bypassing all traditional intermediaries
  5. a state of continuous risk assessment and testing, against every policy, procedure, implementation statement, and control

Auditmation In A Sentence:
The days of trusting self-attested compliance verifications are over; thus paving the way for Auditmation to transform data integrity assurance.

Audits are broken. Trust is zero. Risks are catastrophic.

It's Time To Demand The TRUTH