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Name That Toon: Threat Landscape
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Joe Stanganelli
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5/2/2018 | 8:21:47 PM
js015
"Okay, it's not a very good breach-preparedness plan, but where the heck is your plan, Cheryl?!"
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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5/2/2018 | 8:19:17 PM
js014
"Don't mind my scratching my butt against the carpet. I caught a worm."
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
User Rank: Ninja
5/2/2018 | 8:17:51 PM
js013
"Shh! You'll scare the phish away."
pgrieser
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pgrieser,
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5/2/2018 | 6:36:57 PM
Re: Time for a new caption contest!
He returned from Black Hat a changed man.
tdrought
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tdrought,
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5/2/2018 | 9:40:29 AM
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Mark, you checking your Bitcoin again?
EKramer62
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EKramer62,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/2/2018 | 9:27:50 AM
Cartoon Camption

"No, I can't tell you who stole your chair. Just go find another one down in the conference room."

ketch011409
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ketch011409,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/1/2018 | 6:17:46 PM
Time for a new caption contest!
Yes Frank, those are actually Real-Time Cyber Threat Maps showing cyberattacks.  No Frank, it isn't SkyNet launching missiles to begin Judgement Day.
glazarou
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glazarou,
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5/1/2018 | 1:14:48 PM
Re: Time for a new caption contest!
Way to take compression to the next level Chuck.
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5/1/2018 | 11:21:43 AM
Rodney
Rodney, you can wear that helmet and hide under the desk, but the Russian's are still tracking you!
BrianofBoston
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BrianofBoston,
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5/1/2018 | 10:11:10 AM
Caption
Rodney tries to join the hidden network.
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