Remediation Goals

A remediation goal allows you to measure the effectiveness of your remediation program. By setting a remediation goal, you can track whether your remediation projects are aptly tracking and closing critical findings within a specific period.

You can create the following types of remediation goals:

  • By fixed date — A remediation goal that must be met by the specified date. Otherwise, the goal fails.

  • Within the number of days — A remediation goal that must be met within a specific number of days. classifies this type of goal as a dynamic goal or a continuous goal.

  • Ongoing — A continuous or dynamic goal that remains open until all findings of a specific scope are fixed.

On the Remediation Goals page, you can perform the following tasks: