Look, we’ve always had this issue in the eDiscovery space, in order to put data on hold, and collect it as part of a lawsuit, someone has to be able to access all of it. That means there has to be an account somewhere with unlimited access to both search, and collect, tons of data from your environment, as necessary.
As important as having the ability to do that when faced with litigation, there is also the danger inherent in having an account, and tools, with that level of access.
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