I watch everyone on my networks, both local or remote. So i can see every user and what site they are browsing, with the exact page.
Information is my business, and information is power!!!!!!!!!!!!
Whilst i have 2 offices, one upstairs with 2 of my Unix servers and 1 Novell server. And my other ofice downstairs with my other Novell server and 2 of my w2k and 2003 windows servers . And i only have access to these offices. If other authorized senior officials want to get in, its a whole chain of events to get the final key to my office. The senior authorised member has to go to Administration, then they have to confirm my whereabouts, after confirmation that iam unavailable (that's where 3 different individuals communicate with me) they are authorised to go to the Finance dept, there they confirm with admin that iam unavailable after they (finance) confirm through there on communication methods trying to communicate with me, after confirmation they are authorised to go to the Finance dept heads, who then confirm with finance ( and all documentation has to be properlly authorised and approved) after they have to go through the proper channels to get to my dept ( through authorised dept heads-in finance, then admin)after all this they are then able to sign all documents to authorize them to go collect my office keys and open my offices ( and the keys are in a vault that has its own security features and authorized security staff) and just to hold those keys, 6 people have to sign in witness that you have held those keys to my office. that's before you even open my office or even sniff the oxygen outside my office area.
So generally i think my office is secure. anyway i administer all networks