Admins of Dashlane business plans have access to Admin Console features that provide an overview of their organization's security. And Dashlane admins can see how their users' overall password security, over time, is increasing or decreasing.
When logged in on their Dashlane account in their Dashlane desktop or web app, business users will see their individual Password Health Score containing their safe, weak, reused, or compromised passwords.
Note that for Dashlane web app users, while we currently include public breaches under compromised passwords, we will soon add Dark Web Monitoring to the web app. Stay tuned!
To see individual and company scores on the Users and Dashboard tabs, at least one employee other than the admin must have at least five passwords in their account. Only passwords forced into the business space with the Smart Space Management feature are used to calculate these scores in order to safeguard users' privacy. Note that no data is available before May 2020.
On the Users tab, you will first find the overall score for your organization. This global score is defined as the average of the individual scores of all the members of your business plan. You will also see the individual score for each user on your plan.
On the Dashboard tab, you will find the dynamic Password Health Dashboard. The Dashboard changes constantly, using your users' Password Health Scores to calculate the company's overall score. Just like in the Users tab, the scores are calculated only using the passwords forced into your employees' business Space, and are not based on their personal passwords.
The Dashboard is constantly being updated, which allows you to set best practices, encourage your users to improve their password health scores, then track of these changes, see what works, and report to leadership on your company's progress. To check the company score for a specific day, just hover the cursor over that date in the graph.