For questions about the four-eye principle (also known as the two-man rule), a security precaution that requires at least two separate people to perform an action. Use this tag for questions about implementing and using the four-eye principle in the context of DevOps.

The four-eye principle or two-man rule is a security precaution that requires at least two separate people to perform an action. It is often used to mitigate the risk of an individual acting in their own interests.