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Audit & Questionnaire Automation Software

Compliance audits and assessments are often performed manually using Excel spreadsheets. Sending, collecting and processing responses is a very time-consuming process for privacy and data protection officers.


The tool is designed to stop using Excel spreadsheets. Requests, collection of responses, analysis, up to the action plan are done automatically.

Collaborative tool

The audit module allows you to interact with your employees and processors or third parties and collect the information needed to manage risks.


Audits are fully integrated into all Dastra modules. You can assess applications, processing activities, one or more processors...


Discover our set of features

Create your questionnaires

You can use an existing questionnaire, combine several of them or create your own using our drag-and-drop editor. You can then configure them by setting the recurrence of the assessment, the persons in charge, the sections and the questions, the level of risk, the suggested tasks according to the answers, the conditions for displaying the questions...

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Link your audits to applications, processing activities, stakeholders

The audit module is integrated into the entire Dastra ecosystem, find every assessments and their results in each module.

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Automatically notify participants

When scheduling an audit, you can invite one or more respondents and validators by customizing the message and the date of the e-mail notification.

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Respond to the audit

External participants (processors or third party) do not need to create an account to respond to the assessment. Using a simple and intuitive interface, complete your answers by including attachments, detailed descriptions, comments...

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Follow the validation of assessments

The audit managers will be able to check the responses, assess the risks, annotate the responses and, if necessary, send the audit back for correction.

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Assess risks and generate an action plan

A simple and intuitive dashboard will allow you to track the results of your audits. Export your audits in different formats such as Word, PDF, Excel.

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The advantages of Dastra


External resources

Data protection legal authorities, legal watch, best practices and sectoral or professional benchmarks: the best external resources are available to you from the Dastra application to assist you in making the decision relating to your compliance.

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Flexible roles and permissions

Your organization is specific and the credentials must be just as specific. To meet these dual security and flexibility challenges, Dastra allows you to finely customize access rights and permissions according to teams, departments, entities or users.

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API & security

Security is an integral part of the structure of our SaaS products, our infrastructure and our processes. In addition, Dastra offers SSO and webhook functionality so that you can be sure that your data is protected, as well as an open API.

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Learn how to use Dastra step by step

We have documented the first steps to get started with an example of a fictional use case to give you a quick overview of the power of Dastra features.

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GDPR Audit: Ensure your company's compliance

Data protection has become a major concern for businesses around the world. With the advent of the GDPR in 2018, the European Union strengthened individuals' privacy rights. It has imposed strict requirements on organizations processing personal data.

To ensure compliance, companies must undergo regular GDPR audits.

In this article, we'll explore the importance of auditing and how you can keep your company's data safe.

What is GDPR auditing and why is it necessary?

GDPR auditing is the process of implementing a systematic process for evaluating an organization's data management practices to ensure that they comply with the standards set out in the GDPR.

This regulation requires companies to protect personal data, process it transparently, and keep it only as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected.

The main objective is to check whether companies are adhering to these fundamental principles and to highlight any compliance gaps.

This allows organizations to take corrective action to reduce the risks associated with violating individuals' privacy rights.

How to carry out a GDPR audit ?

1. Identification of personal data

The crucial first step is to identify all the personal data processed by the company. This includes data from customers, employees, and any third parties involved.

2. Assessment of Collection and Processing Practices

The audit then looks at how data is collected, stored, processed, and shared. Companies must prove that they adhere to the principles of data minimization and limited purpose.

3. Implementation of security measures

GDPR audits assess the robustness of the security measures put in place to protect personal data. This includes physical, logical, and organizational security.

4. Audit of Documentation and Policies

Companies must keep accurate records of their data processing activities. The audit reviews documentation to ensure that it is GDPR compliant and that privacy policies are clear and accessible.

7. Data Governance Assessment

The effectiveness of data governance processes is assessed to ensure that there is clear accountability and defined decision-making processes for data protection.

Benefits of GDPR Compliance Audit

1. Risk Reduction

By identifying and remediating vulnerabilities, it helps reduce the risk of data breaches and the resulting financial consequences.

2. Trust Building

GDPR compliance builds trust with customers and partners, demonstrating your commitment to protecting personal data.

3. Preparing for regulatory changes

The GDPR compliance audit helps to stay up-to-date with changes in data protection legislation and adjust practices accordingly.

In conclusion, it is essential to ensure compliance and build trust in an ever-changing digital landscape.

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