Security Dashboard and Dark Web Monitoring - Admin FAQs
View answers to frequently asked questions about using the Security Dashboard, including the security score and dark web monitoring features.
About the Security Dashboard and dark web monitoring
Your employees’ online behaviors affect the safety of your business, and we know it’s hard to change bad habits like password reuse. Our new Security Dashboard can help. It provides an overview of the security of their accounts all in one place. Users will see weak and reused passwords so they know what needs to be updated, and the dark web monitoring feature checks if their email addresses are compromised, so they can rest assured that their accounts are protected online.
Employees enable the dark web monitoring functionality themselves in the Security Dashboard. Once enabled, their email addresses are continuously checked against Enzoic’s database of breached credentials. If their information is found to be compromised, an email notification is sent to the end user’s email address.
It’s important to know that LastPass also offers breach detection, which your organization may already use. This functionality operates similarly to the new dark web monitoring, and we acknowledge that there is duplication. In our next version of the Security Dashboard we plan to address this.
Can I see if my employees' email addresses were involved in a security breach?
No. Only the employee will be notified by receiving an email notification and by seeing a dark web monitoring alert within their Security Dashboard. Both notifications will recommend that they take action and change the password for the site password entry that is associated with the associated email address that has been compromised.
Can I prevent my employees from using the Security Dashboard, including the security score and/or dark web monitoring?
There is no policy that allows admins to turn off this functionality for their end users.
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