My organization just started using Kobo and we are dabbling with an important question around data security.
Our whole organization is currently using a single login, and wanted to figure out what’s best way of securing that one account.
A scenario: say we have a rouge employee who before leaving the organizations locks out everybody by changing the admin email and password, thereby taking control of all the data. We have explored the idea of changing password regularly, but this isn’t something we can do everyday (and definitely not every hour).
Moreover, we don’t want each employee to have their own account because we want to maintain a single question library that everybody can use to create forms (this is also important because we want to maintain standardization across the team, for how a question is asked - a common question library, we hope would serve that purpose).
Thoughts from others, on how to navigate this concern would be helpful. Thanks!