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Remediation Flow Chart
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Replicate accurate remediation guidelines for re-testing.

               
Is there evidence to support or validate remediation?
YES
Is this finding identified as remediated by the client?
YES
Is this remediation testing?
NO
Stop.
 

NO

YES


NO





Add narrative about observation or anything that can support remediation claim within the finding comments of the finding that was found to be remediated.
Add the evidence and supporting narrative to the evidence supporting remediation including date.
Ensure client is aware that finding is either partially or completely unremediated. Include pertinent details to the client within the portal.
 
 









Have you completed the remediation summary or narrative within the report summary (including date)?
YES
Recheck your report to ensure that all remediation entries are accurately reflected.
Put report into QA and/or have team member perform unofficial QA.
 
 

NO








Enter your remediation summary.