We recently onboarded our team on the 1Password for business platform and it has been pretty smooth.
When a colleague leaves the company (either because they were fired or because they're moving on), we deactivate their 1Password account to prevent them from keeping access to their work-related accounts.
However, sometimes our employees need to create a personal account, which they wouldn't put in a shared vault as no one should ever need to access it. If the employee leaves on good terms, we can probably ask them to transfer the accounts to a temporary vault so that IT can disable the accounts, or w/e, but if someone leaves on bad terms that option may not be available.
What is considered best practice regarding the private vault of users that get offboarded?
One potential solution that could work is as follows:
1. disable the account
2. change the account's e-mail address
3. begin the recovery process
4. clear out the accounts
5. actually delete the 1Password account
Problem is, we can't edit a user's e-mail address.
Any recommendations are welcome :)
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