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Name That Toon: I Spy
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meonly
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meonly,
User Rank: Strategist
11/23/2018 | 12:53:20 AM
Latest 2FA
Look, the latest two factor authentication system. No user intervention required.
anotherphase
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anotherphase,
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11/21/2018 | 9:35:09 PM
I Spy
Genius! Only a Big Brother can control another.
mharris750
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mharris750,
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11/20/2018 | 4:37:51 PM
Name That Toon: I Spy
I guess we reached the singularity point faster than expected.

 
Kristendean80
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Kristendean80,
User Rank: Strategist
11/20/2018 | 2:29:57 PM
Cartoon Caption
I want to tell an NSA joke but I feel like they've "HEARD" them all before.
lakers85
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lakers85,
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11/20/2018 | 1:58:51 PM
The new AI
Is this what they mean by Artificial Intelligence?
Rookie987
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Rookie987,
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11/20/2018 | 10:52:59 AM
Caption
"So THAT'S how auditors implement segregation of duties?"
jstock
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jstock,
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11/20/2018 | 10:43:04 AM
Name That Toon: I Spy
I don't think this is what they meant by "Zero Trust"
dabubad
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dabubad,
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11/20/2018 | 10:00:47 AM
Caption
"Looks like they're watching for insider threats these days"
jenshadus
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jenshadus,
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11/20/2018 | 9:31:57 AM
camera's?
You're on candid camera!
marcette
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marcette,
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11/19/2018 | 4:44:52 PM
Cartest
I spy, you spy, we all spy...a spy...
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