You can transfer the rights and ownerships of objects from one user to another. For example, if a user is changing positions or jobs, this feature is quite handy. You can access the rights transfer function via the Users menu and the delete button as illustrated in the following video
You can transfer the following things from one existing user to another user:
System owner (via Ownership) - Means to transfer the ownership of the risk assessment object as available via the Ownership button on the risk assessment dashboard.
System owner setting
System responsible (via Registration) - Means to update the system responsible that is set in the IT System risk assessment page 2.
System owner person (via Registration) - Means to update the system owner that is set in the IT System risk assessment page 2.
System responsible and owner as available through the step 1 for the IT system registration
Risk Treatment ownership (Owner) - Transfers the ownership of a risk treatment object as available on the Owner-field in the treatment listing
Risk Treatment Assigned (Responsible) - Transfers the ownership of a risk treatment object as available on the Responsible-field in the treatment listing
Treatment owner and responsible
Survey ownership - Transfers ownership of any surveys owned by the user
Tasks owned - Transfers task owned by the user
Tasks assigned to user - Transfers tasks assigned to the users such that the new user now gets ownership of them.
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