If you cannot access your Lacework account, read the following sections to learn about possible causes and fixes.
Copy the Login Link into the Browser
The initial login link that Lacework emails to you is valid for one use only and expires after 10 minutes. Attempting to use this link more than once or after it expires will fail.
Copy and paste the emailed login link directly into the browser.
Security tooling that parses or validates the URL within email clients on your machine could cause login issues.
Microsoft Office 365 Exchange Email
If your organization uses Microsoft Office 365 Exchange Email server, you may experience the following issues:
Failed logins to the Lacework Console using the login email sent by Lacework.
When you log in to Lacework, Lacework sends you an email with a link to the Lacework Console. You may be unable to use the link in the email to access the Lacework Console with an Office 365 Exchange Email server.
Emails sent from Lacework are delayed.
Emails sent from Lacework are marked as spam and go to the spam folder.
Corrective actions you can take:
- Copy and paste the link from the email directly into the browser.
- To prevent the above issues, Lacework recommends adding the Lacework sending domain (lacework.net) to your Office 365 Exchange Email allowlist and log in again to generate a new login email.
- If your organization uses Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/security/office-365-security/set-up-a-custom-do-not-rewrite-urls-list-with-atp?view=o365-worldwide for how to specify a list of URLs that are excluded from ATP Safe Links scanning.
If you experience failed logins, you can attempt to resolve the issue by allowlisting the Lacework domain (lacework.net).