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11/11/2019
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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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acampbell448
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acampbell448,
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11/21/2019 | 9:31:33 AM
White Knight?
Managment said they were looking for a White Knight to save us but I don't think this is what they meant!
rainforestpress
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11/20/2019 | 7:11:31 PM
Knight Shift
He said the knight shift was the pointy end of the cyber-security spear.

 
rslay99
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11/20/2019 | 5:20:14 PM
Medieval Kingdom Security
"Must have been another Bud Light Platinum night at Joe's, He's trying to protect the office with Medieval Kingdom Security again!"
suliano
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suliano,
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11/19/2019 | 1:21:02 PM
su
-when I told you that our cyber-defense was from another age
BrianR603
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BrianR603,
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11/19/2019 | 9:02:28 AM
End Point Protection
"Looks like the new security solution they brought in keeps charging our accounts"
kratiw
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11/19/2019 | 7:58:43 AM
Red Team
Someone on the red team is taking things too litteraly.
InfoSec Overnights
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InfoSec Overnights,
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11/19/2019 | 5:16:36 AM
Caption
I don't think he understands "spearphishing."
paustinnew
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11/18/2019 | 5:17:14 PM
Tilting at windmills
Is this a new type of spear phishing?
scottdutton@centurytel.net
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[email protected],
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11/18/2019 | 3:09:52 PM
Cartoon Caption
We wanted the Cyber Ninjas, but this was the best we could find.
abigailb
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11/18/2019 | 2:25:38 PM
Endpoint Protection
So you just give this guy the password to access your desk
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