Teams and Businesses

Use Insights to identify and fix security risks to your company

Learn how to use Insights to track data breaches, password health, and team usage across your organization.

With 1Password Business, you can use Insights to get a company-wide view of security risks to your organization and discover opportunities to improve your team’s security practices.

  • Breach checks: Track data breaches affecting your team members and help them update leaked passwords.
  • Password health: Track compromised, weak, or reused passwords in shared vaults across your organization and update them with Watchtower.
  • Team usage: Get an overview of how your team is using 1Password and notify them of opportunities to improve their security practices.

You can access Insights if you’re an owner or part of the Security group.

To get started, sign in to your account on 1Password.com and click Insights in the sidebar.

Breach checks

The breach checks section of the Insights page on 1password.com.

On the Insights page, navigate to the “Breach checks” section. You’ll see if any team members have been affected by a data breach, or if any company email addresses not associated with your 1Password account have been leaked.

Data breaches affecting team members

The Insights report on data breaches affecting team members.

To view the report for data breaches affecting team members, click “Review data breaches”. You’ll see a list of known data breaches involving your team members and the data compromised in the breach.

You can export the report as a CSV, print the report, or copy a link to it. You can also notify everyone affected by the breach to update their passwords.

Data breaches affecting other company email addresses

The Insights report on data breaches affecting other company email addresses.

To view data breaches affecting company email addresses that aren’t part of your team, click “See company emails in breaches”.

You can export the report as a CSV, print the report, or copy a link to it. You can also invite everyone affected by the breach to join your team and start using 1Password.

Password health

The password health section of the Insights page on 1password.com.

On the Insights page, navigate to the “Password health” section. You’ll see if there are any compromised, weak, or reused passwords in any of your team’s shared vaults.

Click “View details” to see a list of vaults where the passwords are saved. You can export the report as a CSV, print the report, or copy a link to it. Then, you can use Watchtower to find the items and update the vulnerable passwords:

  1. Click the name of the vault you want to update.
  2. If you have permission to manage the vault, click “Look up in Watchtower”.

    If you don't have permission to manage the vault, you can copy a message to send to the vault manager.

  3. On the Watchtower page, click “View items” on the type of password you want to update.
  4. Create new passwords for the items.
The pop-up window to look up a shared vault that contains vulnerable passwords in Watchtower.

If any vault reports are older than 24 hours or contain outdated information, they'll be noted next to the inactive zzz icon icon in the left sidebar of the details page. Reports are updated at most once every 24 hours.

Team usage

The team usage section of the Insights page on 1password.com.

On the Insights page, navigate to the “Team usage” section. You’ll see if any team members haven’t redeemed their free 1Password Families membership or aren’t using their Private vault.

Team members who haven’t redeemed their free 1Password Families membership

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On the report for team members who haven’t redeemed their free 1Password Families membership, click “View team members”. You’ll see a list of team members who haven’t redeemed their family account and the number of days since each team member joined 1Password.

You can export the report as a CSV, print the report, or copy a link to it. You can also send them a reminder to redeem their free 1Password Families membership.

Team members who aren’t using their Private vaults

The Insights report for team members who aren't using their Private vaults.

On the report for team members who aren’t using their Private vaults, click “View team members”. You’ll see a list of team members who haven’t added any items to their Private vault yet and the number of days since each team member joined 1Password.

You can export the report as a CSV, print the report, or copy a link to it. You can also send them a reminder to use 1Password to secure their information.

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