No. Watchdogs tend to only highlight consequential infractions, not causal connection driving the infractions. But watchdogs can identify how bad the depravity of reason is stemming from a confounding of cause and consequence (Nietzsche), leading in turn to more emphasis on the need to repair the causal connection.
I have yet to see a watchdog define the causality of why a system fails instead of focusing on the unending consequential infractions. And an expert who revels in consequence is merely a rebel without a cause.