Admin rights are managed through a formal process aimed at limiting the allocation of admin rights and controlling their use.
Regarding admin rights:
Especially in the main identity management systems (e.g. Microsoft 365, Google), administrator accounts have very significant rights. These accounts are often the target of scammers and attacks because of their value. For this reason, it is useful to dedicate administrator accounts to administrative use only, and to not use these accounts for everyday use or, for example, when registering with other online services.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is required for administrators in the organization's key data systems.
For example, when first logging in with a password, a one-time identification code can also be sent to the user as a text message. In this case, he has been identified by two factors (knowing the password and ownership of the phone).
Biometric identifiers (e.g. fingerprints) and other devices can also be used for multi-stage authentication. However, it is worth considering the costs and implications for privacy.