25.0 Understanding the Review Process

In Identity Governance, reviews are performed to verify details such as a user’s level of access, permissions, reporting relationships. Review Administrators create review definitions for a particular set of users, accounts, or roles that need review. A single instance of a review definition is a review run or review campaign, which has a Review Owner. Once the Review Owner initiates a review run, Identity Governance assigns tasks for the assigned reviewers. Reviewers review their assigned set of review items and decide whether the items should be kept, modified, or removed. The tasks move to the Review Owners queue who approves the changes.

The following figure shows the review process flow: