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Name That Toon: I Spy
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aarrowood
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aarrowood,
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12/11/2018 | 2:09:01 PM
caption
Huh, looks like someone took my "but who's going to watch the watchers?!?" comment too far...
BigDrD
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BigDrD,
User Rank: Guru
12/11/2018 | 2:45:59 AM
New camera 2FA closed loop!
New camera 2FA closed loop!
drypaint
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drypaint,
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12/11/2018 | 12:30:15 AM
Cam07
CAM07: "CAM09, do you ever feel paranoid? Like someone is watching everything you do?"

CAM09: "Sometimes CAM07, but then I remind myself that I really don't do anything worth watching."
NordicNorm
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NordicNorm,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/7/2018 | 8:18:41 AM
Cartoon Contest
I guess this answers the question: who's watching the watchers?
jkeller_lluh
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jkeller_lluh,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/6/2018 | 3:54:32 PM
Zero Trust
Looks like security's Zero Trust implementation needs some refinement.
PanamaVet
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PanamaVet,
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12/6/2018 | 10:00:09 AM
True
Mueller used the one on the left for probable cause and the other for backup.
FKREITZBERG980
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FKREITZBERG980,
User Rank: Moderator
12/5/2018 | 3:01:54 PM
Camers
I see building security and corporate security are still not getting along.
FMB3
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FMB3,
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12/5/2018 | 2:05:01 PM
Trust no one
This is what happens when you have a red and blue security teams
They don't trust anyone....including each other!
kpoeling
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kpoeling,
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12/5/2018 | 9:56:39 AM
It's a test!
Let's see how many people we can get to click on this picture as if it was a phishing email... so far security isn't looking too good.
PanamaVet
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12/5/2018 | 8:46:27 AM
BS in Photography
Is the bio for the new CSO online?
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