The Dashboard tab provides an overview of several features available in your KnowBe4 console. These features include your organization's risk score, phishing, training, Phish Alert Button, and recommended tools.
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Organization's Risk Score
The Risk Score tile shows an overview of your organization's risk score for the last six months. See more information about risk scores and how they're calculated here.
The Phishing tile shows an overview of your organization's Phish-prone Percentage for the last six months. You can compare this information with industry-specific benchmarking data. See more information about benchmarking data here.
You can also quickly access advanced phishing reports by clicking the See More Phishing Reports link in the top-right corner of the Phishing tile. See the Advanced Reporting section of our Phishing Campaigns Overview article for more information.
Phish Alert Button
If you have enabled our Phish Alert Button (PAB), this tile shows how many times the PAB was installed or uninstalled, how many emails were reported by your users, and whether those reported emails were simulated or non-simulated.
You can also quickly access your PAB settings by clicking the gear icon in the top-right corner of the PAB tile. See our Phish Alert Button (PAB) Product Manual article for more information.
To download the information shown on the PAB tile, click the Download CSV link in the bottom-right corner of the tile.
The Training tile shows the current status of your active training campaigns as well as the percentage of enrolled users who have completed that training.
You can also quickly access all of your Training Campaigns or Create a New campaign using the buttons in the top-right corner of the Training tile. See our Training Campaigns article for more information.
At the bottom of the tile, you will find an enrollment link to copy and send to your users. This link will take users to a login page where they can access their enrolled training. The link is specific to the domain indicated, so users must have an email address that uses the same domain.