March Product Releases: From Bulk Actions to Curricula Training

Drata’s latest features are set up to save time and make it simpler for security and compliance teams to meet their goals.
Brian Elmi

by Brian Elmi

April 08, 2022

In like a lion, out like a lamb, March had our team pushing out new features all month long. 

Drata’s latest features are set up to save time and make it simpler for security and compliance teams to meet their goals. Security training is more engaging, personnel view is more dynamic, and we have added two more integrations. 

Keep reading to learn more about our latest launches and stay tuned for more in April.

An All-New Personnel View


We heard you! You have 100s and 1000s of personnel and need a much more robust way to stay on top of their compliance. Our revamped  personnel view makes it easier than ever to:

  • Filter employees by compliance status.

  • View why team members are out of compliance.

  • And perform bulk actions such as sending email reminders, changing status, excluding background check requirements, and much more. 

You can also use the group filter to see team members by department (pulled in from your connected IdP). For current customers, sign into your Drata account to view the latest personnel view.

Embedded Curricula Training


As a security-first company, we understand the importance of security awareness training to minimize risk. And while we think it’s a great time, many employees and teams simply want to check the box. But what if security training were fun and engaging?

To help our customers establish a security-first culture, we’ve upped our game by partnering with Curricula to make training clearer to understand and more stimulating. Curricula is a fun security awareness training platform that uses story-based learning to communicate cyber risk to employees.

To learn how to activate the Curricula integration, follow these steps

Latest Integrations

At Drata, one of our core traits is being customer-obsessed, meaning when our customers request something—we listen. We have continued to expand our Mobile Device Management solutions (MDMs) to include Hexnode for macOS and Windows, and Jumpcloud with support for Windows, Mac, and LINUX.

  1. Hexnode UEM is a cloud-based solution providing more secure, flexible, and robust management services than any other vendors available in the market.

  2. JumpCloud’s directory platform lets you manage every end user computer and workstation—no matter where they are—from a single console.

With the addition of Hexnode and JumpCloud, Drata now has 60+ integrations that seamlessly connect with the various tech stacks used to manage compliance across your organization. There will only be more on the way, which is why we’re looking forward to future launches in the coming months. 

Keep an eye out for the latest developments and as always, we’re here with any questions or feedback.

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Brian Elmi
Brian Elmi
Brian Elmi is Drata Head of Product. He is an entrepreneur at heart and passionate about building products. Brian has had the opportunity to work with and coach talented teams to build and manage many products from concept to launch. Some examples include Mobile browsers (iOS and Android), messaging/collaboration platform, developer community/app store, small business ERP solutions, video advertising platform for SMBs, and more.
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