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Getting Started with Users

Users are part of nodes. Nodes are an organizational object and a container of other nodes objects. For example, each node could represent a division or group with separate user licensing, roles, admin and team definitions.
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Getting Started with Roles

A role is a container of users, enforements, and admin console privlieges.
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Getting Started with Teams

A team is a container of users and shared folders.
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Overall Security Score Each user in the console has an average security score. The user average security score is calculated by adding all the individual security scores and dividing by the number of categories. For example, a user may have a 75% Record Password Strength score, a 50% Unique Record Password score, a 100% Two Factor Authentication score and a 98% Master Password Strength score. This user's average security score would be (0.75+0.5+1+0.98)/4=0.795 or 79.5%. The overall Security Audit Score is calculated from the average security score of every user. The score adds all individual user's security scores and divides it by the number of users.

Strong Medium Weak Record Password Strength This is the percentage of strong record passwords for all users. For example, a user has 4 records with 3 strong passwords and one weak password. The record password strength score would be 3/4 or 75%. The combined score is calculated by adding the number of all strong record passwords for all users divided by the total number of record passwords for all users in the entire console.
Unique Reused Unique Passwords This is the percentage of unique record passwords for all users. For example, a user has 10 records with passwords, 3 records have an identical password so 8 passwords are unique and 2 record passwords are reused passwords. Or the user may have 2 records with a different reused password in which case still 8 passwords are unique and 2 records have reused passwords. The indicated value would be 8/10 or 80% for that one user. The combined score is calculated by adding all user's individual scores and divide by the number of total users.
Strong Medium Weak Master Password Strength The Master Password Strength is an indicator for how strong a user's Master Password is based on a percentage from 0% to 100%. The overall Master Password Strength score indicates the percentage of Master Passwords considered Strong for the entire group. So the number of strong master passwords for all users in the group are counted and divided by the total number of users in the group. For example, let's assume a group of 100 users. 90 users in the group have Master Passwords that are considered Strong. The overall Master Password Strength would show as 90/100 or 90%.
On Off Two-Factor Authentication This is a binary option, On or Off which maps to a 0% or 100% score for each user. The total score is calculated by adding the scores for all users and divide it by the number of total users.
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