Do you give a heads up when logging in to someone else's accounts?
8/12/2017 4:24 AM by
Always give a heads up when you log in to someone else's account. Also, when you access a company account - which many people may use, like google[at]ssw.com.au - send a heads up to that email so others know you are the one accessing it.
A quick IM, SMS or email is enough to let the account owner know that you are the one accessing their account and it's not being hacked.
- Figure: An email like this can be pretty scary if you don't know what's going on
- Figure: Good example - Letting others know you are the one accessing the account
Do you feel this rule needs an update?