Identity management allows managers to create user groups, identities, add identities to users groups, and manage the organization structure.
Access management allows users to request access for other roles/areas. Managers can grant/deny access based on the user/s requesting.
Role management allows managers to define roles for users in the enterprise, and define constraints for managing conflicting roles.
Policy management allows managers to define policies, design questionnaires and send them for review and/or approval. Learn More
Control management allows users to define controls and associate them with processes and sub processes. Learn More
Compliance management allows users to define compliance maps and associate them with controls, policies and regulations. Learn More
Risk management allows users to define risks, associate with related controls, predict probability of occurrence and identify the impact. Learn More
Vendor management allows managers to define services, contracts, vendor profiles and design & distribute questionnaires. Learn More
Issue management allows managers to setup users responsible for fixing issues. Learn More
Change management allows users to initiate a change request and send it to managers for review. Learn More
Contract management allows users to define new / renew contracts and accordingly send them for negotiation and/or approval. Learn More
Asset management allows managers to define assets, and view their monitoring status. Learn More
Audit management allows managers to create audit plans, events, checklists, and attach applicable evidence documents for review. Learn More
Loss management allows users to define loss events, and tie them to processes, issues and risks etc. Learn More