This module will let you build a range of customisable surveys and questionnaires, which can be mapped to controls and utilised for Risk-Control Self Assessments (RCSAs) or leveraged to assess how well a compliance obligation is being managed, by obtaining feedback from relevant individuals.
Using the Camms.Risk Survey module you may:
- Create surveys using a template builder.
- Create multiple types of questions to be included in the survey.
- Create linkages to other modules if necessary.
- Send the survey out to internal or external individuals or groups once or at a desired frequency.
- View responses from individuals and export answers.
- Store multiple surveys in a register.
- Use the Survey Settings to manage various permission levels for users.
This manual outlines all the administrative and end user functions applicable within Camms.Risk Survey.
Note: The terminology used by your organisation may differ, and depending on operating mechanisms and business rules within your organisation, all of these entities may not be relevant to the way you function.
Camms.Risk Survey is a web-based system accessed via a browser (best used on Chrome).
- STEP 1: Open your browser, enter the URL provided to you into the address bar, and hit enter.
Note: Add this link to Favorites for easy access.
- STEP 2: First time users to the system need to type in the organisation name, username, and password. The login information will be provided to you by the System Administrator of your organisation.Note: When specifying a password, do not use the following characters, as this may cause potential harm to the functionality of the system:
- < – lesser than character
- > – greater than character, if a lesser than sign is not used prior to it
- & – ampersand character
- "" – double quotes
- +,-,% – characters found in program code
- <script> – tags (or any tags)
- space, tab space, and new line characters (\n)
- non-ASCII characters
Organisation Name: Please contact your system administrator for the organisation name.
Tick the ‘Remember me’ option to record the organisation ID and username on the device used to access the system. At the next login, only the user password needs to be entered if this option is selected.
Note: Whenever a session expires, timed out users are redirected back to the login page.
- STEP 3: Click the 'Login' button.
Note: If you have Single Sign On (SSO) configured, you will not need to log in via this screen—your unique URL will take you into your environment directly. However, you may still access the environment offsite, via the normal URL/Username and Password.
Figure 1.1: Login window