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Name That Toon: Endpoint Protection
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bobhobbit
bobhobbit,
User Rank: Guru
12/19/2019 | 11:30:30 AM
Re: Name That Toon: Endpoint Protection
Germs Shmerms ! I don't care what you say this new guy has serious touchscreen issues.
bobhobbit
bobhobbit,
User Rank: Guru
12/19/2019 | 11:29:37 AM
Re: Name That Toon: Endpoint Protection
Germs Shmerms ! I don't care what you say this new guy has serious touchscreen issues.
bhymer
bhymer,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/10/2019 | 4:17:34 AM
Name that Tune
Our Endpoint Protection system is a little outdated... 
firozb
firozb,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/6/2019 | 12:30:30 AM
Spear phishing campaigns
When I requested protection from spear phishing campaigns, I didn't quite expect this.
mehulpruthi
mehulpruthi,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/5/2019 | 2:02:56 AM
Cartoon Contest
Desktop: My enemies think they can destroy my data. These noobs are unaware of desktop virtualization.
ey3432
ey3432,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/2/2019 | 5:58:45 PM
pen test
"When corporate said they were hiring a new penetration tester, I was definitely not expecting this."
matthewkmiller
matthewkmiller,
User Rank: Strategist
12/2/2019 | 11:47:54 AM
Medieval
When I heard him say he was about to get medieval on the malicious actors, I didn't take him literally.
steve@tvstrategies.com
[email protected],
User Rank: Apprentice
11/27/2019 | 2:26:57 PM
Re: Name That Toon: Endpoint Protection
"This is nothing - he does Civil War re-enactments on weekends!"
Lomax6996
Lomax6996,
User Rank: Apprentice
11/27/2019 | 9:22:00 AM
Name That Toon: Endpoint Protection
"Find out who hired this new Pen Tester!"
DANDREN554
DANDREN554,
User Rank: Strategist
11/25/2019 | 11:17:13 AM
from the ministry of silly cyber offense
We are no longer the knights who say SPAMALOT! We are now the knights who say dilly dilly trojan horse!
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