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The Edge Cartoon Caption Contest: Latest Winners, New Toon 'Like a Boss'
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RealistRick
RealistRick,
User Rank: Apprentice
1/22/2020 | 8:19:01 AM
Cartoon Caption
Hi everyone,

let me introduce our new board member John Doe, the only candidate that survived the CyberSecurity Crash Course.
Ell3nRipl3y
Ell3nRipl3y,
User Rank: Apprentice
1/21/2020 | 4:54:02 PM
Caption contest
This is Phillip, our new Security Awareness Manager. We feel he has the tenacity and resilience to work closely with our development team.
jrig1842
jrig1842,
User Rank: Strategist
1/21/2020 | 7:40:31 AM
CSO Redefined
Our new CSO is great!  He can enact a cyber quarantine faster than you can say "reboot the server".
wdnorrisii
wdnorrisii,
User Rank: Apprentice
1/20/2020 | 5:23:32 AM
Like a Boss
Half empty, we saw you just drink half. 
H@ppyf33t!@
[email protected][email protected],
User Rank: Apprentice
1/20/2020 | 5:23:20 AM
Cartoon Caption
"The new team member refuses to get in a car with any of us for lunch"
fighter323
fighter323,
User Rank: Apprentice
1/15/2020 | 4:20:47 PM
Cartoon Caption
"Is this because the server crashed last night?"
pmauriks
pmauriks,
User Rank: Strategist
1/13/2020 | 5:32:59 PM
Cartoon Caption.
SAFETY FIRST! We found that with Agile, Fail fast, Fail often . . . we needed someone Robbie's unique talents.
Bunds
Bunds,
User Rank: Apprentice
1/12/2020 | 11:21:26 PM
Like a Boss Caption
Our new team member comes with extensive experience of Impact Assessments
frank008
frank008,
User Rank: Apprentice
1/6/2020 | 10:00:49 AM
Re: Cartoon Caption
Not sure the new the CISO has as much confidence in the new security tools as he says 
zrocklive
zrocklive,
User Rank: Apprentice
1/6/2020 | 8:56:55 AM
Like a boss
Who would have thought the creator of all the "For Dummies" books was actually a dummy!
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