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Good Times in Security Come When You Least Expect Them
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MarkSindone
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MarkSindone,
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11/7/2018 | 12:34:37 AM
Re: My grandfather's plaque
Every effort counts and in the topic of cybersecurity, every single step can produce great results. This is why we should never perceive any amount of preventive measures as minor or worthless when implementing security means. We need to try every method available to eventually derive with which are the ones that suit our requirements.
josh@idrra.com
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[email protected],
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10/24/2018 | 1:46:37 AM
Re: My grandfather's plaque
Interesting comment - thank you for sharing this thought with us.
REISEN1955
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REISEN1955,
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10/23/2018 | 10:53:28 AM
My grandfather's plaque
This article reminds me of a POINT 6: There is no limit to what a man can do or where he can if he doesn't mind who gets the credit."  Raymond Eisenhardt Sr. though quoted to Ronald Reagan and Robert W. Woodruff of Coca-Cola - plaque on their desk.  He had his firm cast that plaque.  Share credit and never stint it if is somebody else, and you wil go far. 


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