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Add some way to identify when a control is required to be sampled.
Peer the test plan requirement, is there any way within MyCSF where the assessor can note this is SAMPLED requirement, so then the client does not submit evidence that cannot be used since the control request sampling?18 votes
Option to NOT include attachments from previous certification in the next assessment object
When creating a new assessment object AFTER already having been certified (i.e., in a re-certification scenario), MyCSF should have an option to include or NOT include the documentation linkages present in the previous assessment object.26 votes
Show QA queue status or wait time
Similar to waiting for DMV or to see a doctor, continually show assessment status. For example, state there are 30 assessments ahead of our submission, and update as our submission moves up the queue. Or show submitted assessment has an estimated 8 weeks to be viewed by QA assessor and adjust as the assessment gets closer to being viewed. It would be helpful to know this.8 votes
Enumerate policy statements and required areas for illustrative procedures
Specifically enumerate all required policy statements and items for each requirement at the policy and procedure level as a checklist. Hiding specific requirements inside the repetitive narrative of the illustrative procedures makes it extremely difficult to parse-out what is required in policy and procedure documentation. While you're at it, remove the repetitive language all together since it's obvious for each control that "ad hoc or well understood blah blah" is already partially acceptable by your rubric and focus on giving more examples of acceptable language or implementations or links to relevant information.16 votes
Rep Letter Upload Requirement
Remove edit check that requires client to upload a rep letter in order to submit a domain to the assessor. This is too early in the process to provide a rep letter - currently, clients must upload a fake / placeholder document as a workaround.4 votes
Requirement statement selections
When a similar requirement statement is applicable for multiple regulatory factors, only have that requirement statement appear once in the scoped assessment, currently they can appear multiple times in an assessment.1 vote
Thanks for the feedback. This is addressed in v10.
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