Policy Attestation

Policy attestation is the process that allows an organization to notify users of a policy change and require them to attest that they have read and reviewed the changes. In general, an attestation is a survey put in place to prove that a specific control has been implemented and related requirement has been met. The policy attestation process starts with an organization creating or updating a policy, and then distributing it and making users aware of it. Ideally, the policy reaches uses through their typical workflow, which allows them to review and accept the policy. The governance team receives notification of the attestation, which can be tracked and measured to evaluate policy awareness and compliance.

To better understand how Rsam can help you with your policy attestations, view our Policy Management solutions page.