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Since the introduction of multi-user computer systems over 40 years ago, there has been a fundamental flaw in their security architecture. The flaw? - The concept of a Root User, Domain Administrator, System Administrator or other high level computer operator – and their data access rights. These users have always had access to every aspect of a system – software installation, system configuration, user creation, networking, resource allocation and more, as well as access to all the data associated with the system. These accounts exist because of the need for system maintenance and management. But, as systems have become more closely interlinked and with increasing amounts of private and confidential data accessible to them, there is increased risk from privileged user accounts.
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