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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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WallyDragon
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WallyDragon,
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11/29/2019 | 9:01:37 AM
Endpoint Protection
Looks like our "Last Line of defence" process needs a little more work...
steve@tvstrategies.com
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[email protected],
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11/27/2019 | 2:26:57 PM
Re: Name That Toon: Endpoint Protection
"This is nothing - he does Civil War re-enactments on weekends!"
Lomax6996
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Lomax6996,
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11/27/2019 | 9:22:00 AM
Name That Toon: Endpoint Protection
"Find out who hired this new Pen Tester!"
markgrogan
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markgrogan,
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11/27/2019 | 2:21:55 AM
Re: Knight Shift
I really think he is stuck in old ways of thinking.
kratiw
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kratiw,
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11/26/2019 | 11:30:27 AM
Old idiom, new technology
Tilting at Windows
mikeoke_2k4
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mikeoke_2k4,
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11/26/2019 | 8:39:52 AM
Endpoint Protection
Bob's taking this "one man crusade against phishing" a little too far...
DANDREN554
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DANDREN554,
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11/25/2019 | 11:17:13 AM
from the ministry of silly cyber offense
We are no longer the knights who say SPAMALOT! We are now the knights who say dilly dilly trojan horse!
gicad
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gicad,
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11/25/2019 | 8:05:56 AM
Technology evolution

Let's hope this time, the Insanity Knight will succeed, with his traditional old approach, to save us.

 

dmisk.2019
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11/22/2019 | 9:39:02 AM
Cyber Awareness
"I think this year's Cybersecurity Awareness Campaign is too much!  I'll clean up after a cyber incident, but I will not clean up after a horse incident." 

 
2huka
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11/21/2019 | 1:07:41 PM
Dream the Impossible Dream
'Look, our very own Don Quixote!  If only his chivalrous attempt could twart the ransom, we'd be spared the media coverage.'
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