Create a profile class GRC managers create profile classes representing the types of things that will be part of the dependency model. Reports can be filtered to define relationships between the different profile classes. Before you beginRole required: sn_grc.manager About this taskA profile class defines what a profile actually is. It differs from a profile type (for example, Business Services and Critical Business Services), in that a profile can belong to many profile types but a profile can have only one profile class (for example, Business Service). Procedure Navigate to one of the following locations: Policy and Compliance > Scoping > Profile Classes Risk > Scoping > Profile Classes Audit > Scoping > Profile Classes Click New. Fill in the fields on the form, as appropriate. Table 1. Authority Document Field Value Name Name of the profile class. Roll up to Select dependencies to other profiles. Useful for reporting how your lower-level operational risks impact corporate-level risks. Is Root Select the check box to indicate that this is the highest level class.Note: Only one root class is allowed and it cannot roll up to another class. Click Submit. Related TasksCreate and edit a profile typeGenerate a profile from a profile typeSet a profile's classAssign profiles to classesRelate profiles to each otherDeactivate a profileReactivate a profileRelated ConceptsWhat is GRC dependency modeling and mapping?