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Rizikon Assurance 2.6 Release Note

Rizikon Assurance has been updated to version 2.6 as of the 14th of December 2020. This release includes:

Super-Tenant Control

Enterprise Managers can now connect their Rizikon platform to another Rizikon platform, allowing them to view, create and control content across many business units or areas, and all from inside their usual portal with the familiar User Interface.

Portals can be configured as a hierarchy, meaning that Managers can view and create new content to a “sub-tenant”. The sub-tenant cannot see or access any information of the super-tenant above, or any other sub-tenants. This allows separate business units or partners to have limited control and isolation from one another’s assurance activities, while providing an overarching control structure to the super-tenant.

It is also possible to configure a restriction on the assigning of assessors by a manager from a parent tenant only, in cases where there is a need for assessor validation or certification.

Please contact us for information on pricing and how you can trial this feature today.  This feature is only available to Enterprise Customers and will not be available to Rizikon Professional Edition Customers.

Mandatory Two Factor Authentication Settings

It is now possible to enable a mandatory Two-Factor-Authentication policy for all users in a system.

Enabling or disabling the mandatory setting is managed from the Customer Admin settings page, where you can also view all users with it configured or not.

If there are existing users on the system that have not configured 2FA by the time this is enabled, then they will be forced to configure 2FA the next time they successfully log in. While enabled, new users must set up 2FA during their account setup. If disabled, existing users with 2FA should will still have 2FA enabled until they choose to disable it themselves.

It is also possible to manage and reset the 2FA settings for an individual user from their contact details page.

Bug Fixes and User Experience Improvements

Multiple small changes have been made to the User Experience of the system, particularly in the assessment workflow. The question filtering dropdown has been moved to the top of section navigation bar to make it easier to access, and when the end of assessment is reached there is an option to show any uncompleted questions if there are any. This should help completers spot any missing answers.

The language in the system has also been improved to be more natural, particularly in the help, error and submission tips of the assessment. The submission success notification is now also customisable from the Admin Settings page to allow a configurable message to completers, such as the expected response time.

The user menu on the top-right has also been improved and modernised.

If you have any questions or issues, please let us know.

Kind Regards,

Ken Fraser

Product Manager


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