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11/11/2019
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John Klossner
John Klossner
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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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techstar55
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11/11/2019 | 2:49:31 PM
Dueling Free Throws
Dueling Free Throws

A riff on the song Dueling Banjos
techstar55
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11/11/2019 | 2:53:06 PM
Dueling Free Throws
Dueling Free Throws

A riff on the song Dueling Banjos
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11/11/2019 | 2:54:32 PM
Dueling Free Throws
Dueling Free Throws

A riff on the song Dueling Banjos
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11/11/2019 | 9:06:28 PM
Offensive Security
Offensive Security
Jan@eskenzipr.com
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Jan@eskenzipr.com,
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11/12/2019 | 6:52:54 AM
Cartoon Caption
How do you like our new spear phishing email solution?
kancell
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kancell,
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11/12/2019 | 9:59:07 AM
Cartoon Caption
Did you want spear phishing? Trojan horse? Or all of the above?
Blaze007
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11/12/2019 | 10:25:25 AM
Name That Toon Caption
"IT told me that once they build a moat around my workstation, I'll finally get rid of this nasty Trojan."
marshalljohns
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11/14/2019 | 11:48:31 AM
End Point Protection Toon
"Now go away or I will taunt you a second time"
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11/14/2019 | 12:04:15 PM
Tilting at windmills
Looks like Don is trying to convince the CFO to increase our cybersecurity budget, again.
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11/14/2019 | 4:11:36 PM
Name that toon
"Looks like the Trojans are evolving into a more focused attack mode."
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