User Management


User management in Bridgecrew is handled at the organizational level. Each user can be assigned a role (Admin, Member, Auditor, Developer) and can be assigned access to one or more provider account.

Setting User Permissions

To set User Permissions:

  1. Under Settings, press User Management.
  2. Under the user, press Edit.
  1. Select the Accounts which should be visible to the user.
  1. Select the User's role - as explained below.
  2. Press Save Changes.


User roles dictate access within an organization and apply to all the accounts linked to that user.

  • Auditor - can view Incidents.
  • Developer - can view and fix code reviews.
  • Member - can view and take action on Incidents, and view dashboards and statistics.
  • Admin- can add new accounts, invite users and assign them to accounts. You can have multiple Admins. Admins can be restricted to specific Accounts.
  • Owner - the user who created the initial account for your organization is the Owner. The Owner has access to all functions on all Accounts and is the only role who sees Billing information. You can have multiple Owners.
Dashboard page accessYesYesYesYesNo
Incidents page accessYesYesYesYesNo
Export Incidents dataYesYesYesNoNo
Projects page accessYesYesYesYesYes
SuppressionYesYesYesNoBased on Repository Configuration Screen settings
Create ticketing issueYesYesYesNoYes
Invite userYesYesNoNoNo
Resource Inventory page accessYesYesYesYesNo
Export resource inventory dataYesYesYesYesNo
Policies page accessYesYesYesYesNo
Export compliance reportsYesYesYesYesNo
Create/Edit/Delete custom policiesYesYesNoNoNo
Integrations page accessYesYesNoNoNo
permitted accountsAllBased on permitted account selectionBased on permitted account selectionBased on permitted account selectionBased on permitted account selection
Add/Edit/Delete integrationYesYesNoNoNo
User management pageYesYesNoNoNo
Code Repositories Settings pageYesYesNoNoNo
Plans pageYesYesNoNoNo
Usage pageYesYesNoNoNo



Changes to User permissions take effect after you log out and back in.