Just enough system access to get the job done
One of the simplest ways to ensure the security of Kognitiv Loyalty is the Principle of Least Privilege. That is, a user should only have the privileges they need to get their job done.
Giving users more authority than they need for their jobs makes Kognitiv Loyalty less secure. A low level user should never have the ability to make high level changes.
When defining user roles in Kognitiv Loyalty, remember: the fewer permissions users have, the more secure the platform stays.