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Policy Management

Record your Policies, Procedures, Standards, Etc and manage their Reviews

  • Episodes8
  • Duration31m 55s
  • LanguagesEN
Episode 5

Policy Portal

Publish your documents in a single portal

Introduction

You have the option to display your policies in a single, public portal called the Policy Portal. The portal by default is disabled but can be enabled with or without authentication.

Enabling Portal

The Policy portal is by default disabled (System/Settings/Authentication), so no matter what attributes you set on your policies they will not be displayed on the portal while it's disabled.

If you decide to enable the portal, by default eramba will enforce the same authentication mechanism defined on the Main portal.

In addition, and only if you set policies as "Public", eramba will let anyone (without authentication) access the portal but they will only see those policies that have been explicit as "Public". We call this mode "Guest" access.

Policy Attributes

You can configure every policy you upload to eramba with your preferred portal settings.

You have three options:

  • Do not show the policy on the portal
  • Show the policy on the portal, to anyone (even those without authentication)
  • Show the policy on the portal, only to those that authenticate and relate to the policy (are reviewers of the policy or part of the GRC team)

User Account Attributes

If you want users to authenticate on the portal their accounts will need to include the Policy portal on their settings. Only guest access to the portal will of course not need any type of account on eramba.