Authentication Activity

The authentication log tracks any browser-based authentications, password changes, and resets.

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Summary: Maintaining oversight into who accessed (or attempted to access) your marketing content is a critical component of demonstrating strong internal compliance standards.

We've introduced a robust authentication activity log that tracks all browser-based authentication, including logins and password modifications. Each action shows the person's name, email, IP address, operating system, browser, method, and date and time.

This level of detail and oversight not only keeps data safe but provides continuous proof of due diligence and control over brand and data compliance.

Available for: Admins on the Enterprise edition.

Where is the feature setup? The Authentication Activity log is located from within the Settings menu.

How does it work?

Once you open the authentication log, you will see a list of data collected in your account. There are several types of data that the system can store, such as login attempts, password resets, invalid password login attempts, and password reset requests.

You can also use a period selector to find a specific event or narrow down the search results. The authentication log shows data for all users, or you can select a particular user.

Each event displayed in the log has some additional information:

  • The IP address from which the action was taken

  • OS and browser of a user

  • Authentication method

  • Exact time and date of the event

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