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6/14/2021
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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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Meleon42
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Meleon42,
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6/28/2021 | 8:16:05 AM
Sure, This'll work
I keep telling them "Security by obsecurity won't work"
Dr. Doog
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6/21/2021 | 3:18:45 PM
Re: Zero Trust doesn't have to break your budget!
This one is the winner in my book! 
WillieH456
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6/21/2021 | 11:12:28 AM
Return to work
Who woulda thought returning to work wearing masks is good for the "passwordless" policy too!
Elezaby
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Elezaby,
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6/21/2021 | 4:43:03 AM
Attack simulation
"Ransomeware attack simulation Friday" has proven effective, business continuity is now at its best.
acampbell448
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6/18/2021 | 10:02:17 AM
No Evil?
Google's new See No Evil policy......
dsenright
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dsenright,
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6/16/2021 | 11:25:50 AM
Zero Trust doesn't have to break your budget!
Zero Trust doesn't have to break your budget!
hayursey
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6/15/2021 | 6:27:55 PM
Blind
This gives a new meaning to blind leading the blind.
acampbell448
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6/15/2021 | 4:04:30 PM
Rose Colored AR?
I've heard of Rose Colored glasses but this new AR system is incredible!
EotG
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EotG,
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6/15/2021 | 1:06:34 PM
Cov PII
Who knew face masks could also prevent the PII from spreading
David_W_Y
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6/15/2021 | 12:39:33 PM
Privacy Filters
I know the budget is tight, but these privacy filters just don't cut it!
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