Video: Workflows within the J1 Compliance App

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Compliance Workflows make it possible to collaborate internally with your team members or externally with your auditors. George Tang shows how to use the pre-built statuses to mark the status of each control. You can use the status reports for internal and external audits from directly within the JupiterOne compliance app.

The second workflow shown is how to set ongoing review configurations for entire compliance framework, including setting the frequency or cadence you desire for reviewing the framework. This also allows the owners to be notified as part of the review frequency, with automated reminders to review the framework.

Review frequency can be set at the section level. As an example, SOC2 Common Criteria 1.1 can be set to use the same review configuration for the section. The same type of configuration can be set at the Control or Requirement level.

These two workflows within the UI will facilitate effective and efficient collaboration both internally with your teammates and externally with auditors.

 

 

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George Tang
George Tang

I possess extensive senior information security leadership experience from serving hundreds of clients by assessing, designing, and implementing security + enterprise risk management programs. I assess + advise companies (from Fortune 5 to pre-seed startups) on their businesses', products', and environments’ security architectures. Additionally, I own a rare blend of technical subject matter expertise within the cloud technology space across the major hyperscale cloud service providers, i.e., AWS, Azure, GCP, specifically within the infrastructure security domain. Background: information security, cloud security, cyber security, governance/risk/compliance, assessments + advisory, risk management/risk assessment.

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