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stucoates
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stucoates,
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12/5/2018 | 3:51:07 AM
Question answered!
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
spalwardt
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spalwardt,
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12/4/2018 | 6:54:44 PM
Re: It's 'toon time again at Dark Reading!
Which one will get pwned?
rcash
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rcash,
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12/4/2018 | 9:50:44 AM
I don't believe this is what security meant by telling us to monitor who's monitoring us
I don't believe this is what security meant by telling us to monitor who's monitoring us
Chickenprism
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Chickenprism,
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12/3/2018 | 8:35:03 PM
Confusion
Is George trying to reduce overhead by running cameras in SLI?
dwhite467
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dwhite467,
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12/3/2018 | 12:18:08 PM
Name that Toon
" This proves that AI has gone too far -- they're in love! "
willgetin
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willgetin,
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12/3/2018 | 11:08:11 AM
The I's have it...
We told procurement to dot their i's and cross their t's on the surveillance system quote.  Apparently someone got it backwards...  Now we jus have to locate the dotted t's...
gerald626
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gerald626,
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12/3/2018 | 9:17:59 AM
Re: It's 'toon time again at Dark Reading!
Strangely enough, it meets audit compliance.
Chickenprism
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Chickenprism,
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12/2/2018 | 7:07:20 PM
News article
Top ten most secure locations you wont believe! 
Chickenprism
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Chickenprism,
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12/2/2018 | 7:01:30 PM
Redundancy
Monitoring the monitoring equipment!
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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11/30/2018 | 11:26:11 PM
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"Scheduled maintenance."
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