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Cybersecurity Team Holiday Guide: 2019 Gag Gift Edition

Make your favorite security experts laugh with these affordable holiday gifts.
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It may be hard to believe it, but the holiday season is upon us. It'll be no time at all before our readers will need to gear up for cybersecurity team dinners and office parties. If you're stumped on what to get security colleagues or industry friends, we here at Dark Reading have got you covered. We've collected a fun list of affordable choices that are sure to get a giggle, or at least a snort, from cybersecurity industry vets.

These are perfect for white elephant gift exchanges, secret Santa festivities, boss gag gifts, or sending away to conference buds you don't get to catch up with nearly enough.

 

Ericka Chickowski specializes in coverage of information technology and business innovation. She has focused on information security for the better part of a decade and regularly writes about the security industry as a contributor to Dark Reading. 
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CocoM,
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12/8/2019 | 4:49:40 PM
Great Idea
I think this point is espacially relevant for the christmas period.
adammitz123
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adammitz123,
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12/16/2019 | 3:24:17 AM
Great list
Nice list! The decision paperweight got me. With all the stuff going on all the time, there isn't enough people really to make the logs go away lol.

 

-Adam

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