System Administrators can create and manage the Roles of the internal users within their organization. System Administrators have the ability to allow or restrict user access to specific modules, tasks, and data in the application. This can be achieved by creating roles, defining the permissions for each role, and assigning a role to a user.
The Roles matrix provided below allows System Admins to set permissions for their custom roles as well as default roles according to their organizational requirements. CENTRL provides three default roles: Super User, User, and Super User- View All Assessments/Issues.
This article covers the following topics:
- Questionnaire Permissions
- Assessments Permissions
- Issues Permissions
- Document Permissions
- Data Inventory Permissions
Read: Users can only view Questionnaires
Write: Users can view and create Questionnaires
Approve: Users can approve Questionnaires
Publish: Users can publish Questionnaires to their Partners
Report: Users can view and generate Assessment Reports within the Assessment module
View All Assessments: Users can view all Assessments within their Primary Organization in a "read-only" mode. In other words, users will be able to view the Assessment but they will not be able to edit or perform any actions on the Assessment
View All Issues: Users can view all Issues within their Primary Organization in a "read-only" mode. In other words, users will be able to view all Issues but they will not be able to edit or perform any actions on any issues.
Note: The Document permissions shown below apply to Publish360 users.
Read: Users can only view Document Folders
Write: Users can view and create Document Folders
Approve: Users can approve Document Folders
Publish: Users can publish Document Folders to their Partners
Note: For the Module Admin capabilities, click here
Data Inventory Permissions
The Data Inventory permissions shown below apply to Privacy360 users only.
Read: Users can view all items in the Data Inventory and the DSRM module.
Write: Users can manage their Data Inventory.