View Your Account Details

Required Tenable Vulnerability Management User Role: Basic, Scan Operator, Standard, Scan Manager, or Administrator

Required Tenable Web App Scanning User Role: Basic, Scan Operator, Standard, Scan Manager, or Administrator

On the My Account page, you can view details about your account, including your log in details, user role, and the groups and permissions assigned to you.

To view your account details:

  1. Do one of the following:
    • In the upper-left corner, click the Menu button.

      The left navigation plane appears.

      1. In the left navigation plane, click Settings.

        The Settings page appears.

      2. Click the My Account tile.

        The My Account page appears, where you can view and update your account details.

    • In the upper-right corner, click the blue user circle.

      The user account menu appears.

      1. Click My Profile.

        The My Account page appears.

  2. On the left side of the page, you can select from the following:

    Option Action
    Update Account
    • Click Update Account.

      The Update Account section appears, showing the following details for your account:

      • Full Name

      • Email

      • Username

      • Role

    • (Optional) Update your basic account information, including name and email address.

      Note: You cannot change your username or role.

    • (Optional) Change your password.

    • (Optional) Configure or disable two-factor authentication on your account.

    • (Optional) Enable or disable Explore beta features on your account.

    • Click Groups.

      Note: You cannot change your groups settings on the My Accounts page. For more information, see User Groups.

    • In the Groups table, view:

      • The user groups you are assigned to.

      • The number of members in each user group.

    • Click Permissions.

      Note: Permissions, when applied a user, allow that user to perform certain actions to specified asset tags (i.e., objects) and the assets to which those objects apply. Permissions can be applied to individual users or to all members of a user group. For more information, see Permissions.

      Note: You cannot change your permissions settings on the My Accounts page.

    • In the Permissions table, view:

      • The names of the permissions assigned to your account.

      • The actions those permissions allow you to perform.

      • The objects each permission applies to.

    API Keys
    • Click API Keys.

    • View a description of API keys.

    • Generate API Keys.

      Caution: Any existing API keys are replaced when you click the Generate button. You must update the applications where the previous API keys were used.

      Caution: Be sure to copy the access and secret keys before you close the API Keys tab. After you close this tab, you cannot retrieve the keys from Tenable Vulnerability Management.

Note: User accounts expire according to when the Tenable Vulnerability Management container they belong to was created. Tenable controls this setting directly. For more information, contact Tenable Support.