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Assigning a Vulnerability to Yourself
How to self-assign a vulnerability within RiskSense.
When using RiskSense, remediation can take several different forms, but one important function is to assign users vulnerabilities for remediation work. You can either assign a vulnerability to yourself or to another user (depending on your permissions in RiskSense). User assignments ensure that remediation can be tracked so work is not duplicated.
To assign a vulnerability to yourself, navigate to either the Manage > Host Findings or Manage > Application Findings pages.
Select the finding(s) to assign by clicking the check box in the page’s first column. You may select several vulnerabilities at a time for assignment.
Click the More button.
In the More drop-down menu, click Assign to Self.
In the Self Assign Findings window, click Submit.
As a newly assigned user, you will receive an email with a notification of your assignment. Your name also appears in the Finding Detail pane under Assignments. Your assignments can also be found in the Assignments column and can be filtered for using the Assigned to filter.