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Name That Toon: Threat Landscape
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Piyush1154
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Piyush1154,
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5/1/2018 | 8:06:34 AM
Re: js012 - Block Chain explained in layman terms
Block Chain explained in layman terms — 

 

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/block-chain-technology-piyush-jain/
Joe Stanganelli
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4/30/2018 | 5:39:45 PM
js012
"What's blockchain?"
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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4/30/2018 | 5:37:14 PM
js011
"I live off the grid. It's how I survive reorgs."
Joe Stanganelli
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4/30/2018 | 5:35:54 PM
js010
"I asked for my own office, and this is what I got."
Joe Stanganelli
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4/30/2018 | 10:03:05 AM
js009
"Is it just me, or have the anti-phishing training modules gotten way more punitive?"
TP4MBH
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TP4MBH,
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4/30/2018 | 9:44:30 AM
Re: Time for a new caption contest!
Can't do this with your rolly chairs and fancy desktops!
Joe Stanganelli
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4/29/2018 | 11:16:36 PM
js008
"Get out of there! The attacks are coming from 192.168.16.255!"
Joe Stanganelli
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4/29/2018 | 1:44:17 AM
js007
"Shhh! I'm the CISO. Don't tell anyone I'm here."
Joe Stanganelli
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4/29/2018 | 1:41:46 AM
js006
"Haven't you ever heard of layered security?"
Joe Stanganelli
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4/29/2018 | 1:37:43 AM
js005
"Look, it's either this, or upgrade our endpoints."
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