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John Klossner
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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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jackandjill
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jackandjill,
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11/5/2019 | 3:04:10 PM
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Sorry I am level II support
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8/22/2019 | 6:11:58 PM
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"Hi Bob, As your CISO it is my job to ensure we are all complying with our security policies.  Yesterday, I removed a sticky note you had taped to the bottom of your keyboard that had your password written on it.  What part of "Do not share or write down your password" did you not understand?."
rongarland1
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rongarland1,
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8/8/2019 | 3:39:57 PM
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"Excuse me? How did you know my password!"
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willgetin,
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4/22/2019 | 2:07:01 PM
A glance into the penthouse of one of the ex-Presidents and his wife.
Bill: Is that a Russian Mig-29 flying by?

Hillary:  I should have never sent myself that password reminder email...
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getjets,
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1/16/2019 | 2:19:21 PM
Cloud Storage
Well MR. CEO, IT policy does not allow storage of company data on personal cloud accounts.  Maybe you can just use your brief case backup device.
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2/22/2018 | 12:25:53 PM
​Hiding in ​"​plane​"​ site
No Phil "Hiding in plain Site" is NOT an acceptable password policy
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12/12/2017 | 6:29:44 PM
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For the last time Joe, I've crunched the budget numbers over and over and still can't explain why our IT expenses are 100 times industry average.
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10/23/2017 | 1:43:27 AM
In the Cloud!
"Well Fred, you need to open the window in order to get into the sign-in page, make sure you have the correct password". "Yes. Ms. Reilly, that's exactly what I did, I'm looking at the cloud now, in no time, I'll be signed-in"
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10/23/2017 | 12:55:48 AM
In the Cloud!
"Forgot your password again, Fred? Well, look in the cloud it's there in our encripted storage", "I'm looking at it now, Melissa, just gimme a sec"
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8/11/2017 | 7:37:40 AM
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"Yeah, but my username's not on there. They would need both to do anything."
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