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11/11/2019
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Name That Toon: Endpoint Protection

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John Klossner has been drawing technology cartoons for more than 15 years. His work regularly appears in Computerworld and Federal Computer Week. His illustrations and cartoons have also been published in The New Yorker, Barron's, and The Wall Street Journal. Web site: ... View Full Bio

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bobhobbit
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bobhobbit,
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12/19/2019 | 11:30:30 AM
Re: Name That Toon: Endpoint Protection
Germs Shmerms ! I don't care what you say this new guy has serious touchscreen issues.
bobhobbit
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12/19/2019 | 11:29:37 AM
Re: Name That Toon: Endpoint Protection
Germs Shmerms ! I don't care what you say this new guy has serious touchscreen issues.
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bhymer,
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12/10/2019 | 4:17:34 AM
Name that Tune
Our Endpoint Protection system is a little outdated... 
PajamaSam
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PajamaSam,
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12/9/2019 | 3:19:51 PM
Name That Toon
"This is the last time we hire Game of Thrones Security"
firozb
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firozb,
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12/6/2019 | 12:30:30 AM
Spear phishing campaigns
When I requested protection from spear phishing campaigns, I didn't quite expect this.
TonyA940
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12/5/2019 | 2:10:26 PM
"The security team seem to be taking SiegeWare seriously"
"The security team seem to be taking SiegeWare seriously" 
mehulpruthi
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mehulpruthi,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/5/2019 | 2:02:56 AM
Cartoon Contest
Desktop: My enemies think they can destroy my data. These noobs are unaware of desktop virtualization.
ey3432
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User Rank: Apprentice
12/2/2019 | 5:58:45 PM
pen test
"When corporate said they were hiring a new penetration tester, I was definitely not expecting this."
matthewkmiller
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User Rank: Strategist
12/2/2019 | 11:47:54 AM
Medieval
When I heard him say he was about to get medieval on the malicious actors, I didn't take him literally.
EJ Carroll
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12/2/2019 | 9:26:15 AM
Endpoint
"I tried to tell him that it's not "knight" mode, but he wouldn't listen."
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