My CEO, which no one trusts, just put out an email that said this to the admin staff (5 members):
"We never know when we might be hit by a bus… meaning, who and how would RHCA pick up where you left off should you suddenly no longer be available? So, we all need to write down our log ins, passwords, account numbers, key contacts, etc., for the various systems and programs and entities that you conduct business with. Put your information in a sealed envelope and send them to me. We’ll secure the envelopes and hope we never have to use them. Please get your envelope to me COB on April 25th. [Joseph… can you get yours done before you leave for training?]
OK… names, passwords, phone numbers etc. change. So, we’ll probably do this exercise periodically."
None of us trust him and feel he is fire happy. Isn't this an IT security violation? Any know where I can site something to block this? Thinking of giving old passwords.