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Identity Manager 9.2 - Web Portal User Guide

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Opening other web applications Managing tickets Appendix: Attestation conditions and approval policies from attestation procedures

Managing policy violations

Company policies that are violated generate policy violations. Policy violations may be approved as an exception.

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Displaying approvable policy violations

You can display rule violations that you can approve. In doing so, you can additionally display policy violations that already have an approval decision.

To display policy violations

  1. In the menu bar, click Compliance > Policy violations.

    This opens the Policy Violations page and displays all the policy violations.

  2. (Optional) To control which policy violations are displayed, click (Filter) and enable the corresponding option in the context menu.

  3. (Optional) To display details of a policy violation, click the appropriate policy violation.

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Assigning mitigating controls to policy violations

Mitigating controls can be assigned to policy violations to reduce the risk of policy violations.

NOTE: You can assign only mitigating controls that are also assigned to the company policies that are violated.

NOTE: You can only assign mitigating controls to a policy violation if your system is configured appropriately. Otherwise, the mitigating controls assigned to the policy violation are automatically assigned to every other related policy violation.

To assign mitigating controls to a policy violation

  1. In the menu bar, click Compliance > Policy violations.

  2. On the Policy Violations page, click the policy violation to which you want to assign mitigating controls.

  3. In the View Policy Violation Details pane, click the Mitigating Controls tab.

  4. On the Mitigating Controls tab, click Assign mitigating controls.

  5. In the menu, select the mitigating control that you want to assign to the policy violation.

  6. (Optional) To assign other mitigating controls, click (Assign mitigating control).

  7. Click Save.

Granting and denying policy violation exceptions

As exception approver, you can grant or deny exception approval to policy violations.

To make an approval decision about a policy violation

  1. In the menu bar, click Compliance > Policy violations.

  2. On the Policy Violations page, perform one of the following actions:

    • To grant an exception for a policy violation, next to the policy violation, click Grant exception.

    • To deny an exception for a policy violation, next to the policy violation, click Deny exception.

    TIP: To grant or deny exceptions to several policy violations at the same time, select the check box next to each policy violation and click Grant Exception or Deny Exception below the list.

  3. (Optional) Perform the following actions:

    1. In the Reason for your decision menu, select a standard reason for your approval decision.

    2. (Optional) In the Additional comments about your decision field, enter extra information about your approval decision.

    TIP: By giving reasons, your approvals are more transparent and support the audit trail.

    NOTE: For more detailed information about standard reasons, see the One Identity Manager Company Policies Administration Guide.

  4. Click Save.

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