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Patrolling the New Cybersecurity Perimeter
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REISEN1955
REISEN1955,
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6/24/2019 | 3:08:12 PM
SECURITY can be learned by anyone
Case study: last year my wife, daughter and her daughter, 3 year old Cariana, came to visit my workplace.  They were given visitor badges and enjoyed the cafeteria ( Cariana loved pizza ) and met my colleagues.  Then it was time to leave and in the lobby little 3 year old Cariana said THESE HAVE TO BE RETURNED and gathered up their visitor badges and walked them TO THE SECURITY DESK on her own.  Amazing.  They wanted to adopt her on the spot.  Lesson: 3 year old got the concept of perimeter security BETTER than half the employees get it. 


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