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Name That Edge Toon: Be Careful Who You Trust
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Dave9000
Dave9000,
User Rank: Apprentice
2/16/2021 | 12:30:31 PM
Open to Anyone
They were not kidding, when they said the Shared Resource Lab is open to everyone !!
TechnicalAdept
TechnicalAdept,
User Rank: Apprentice
2/14/2021 | 12:02:51 PM
Looks like Satan's data lake performance is blistering
Looks like Satan's data lake performance is blistering compared to pulling everyingthing down from the cloud.
acampbell448
acampbell448,
User Rank: Ninja
2/12/2021 | 1:45:25 PM
Red Team/Blue Team?
When they said they were going to hire the best Red Team/Blue Team consultants they could find they weren't kidding!
Elezaby
Elezaby,
User Rank: Strategist
2/2/2021 | 7:18:53 AM
Hiring policy
"Our inclusive non-discriminatory hiring policy is clearly showing.."
InfoSeco
InfoSeco,
User Rank: Strategist
2/2/2021 | 3:00:39 AM
Re: Paired Programming 2.0
CISO vs end users
Timmmmmmm
Timmmmmmm,
User Rank: Strategist
2/2/2021 | 2:57:50 AM
If only He setup 2FA, there wouldn't be a forwarding rule on His mailbox.
If only He setup 2FA, there wouldn't be a forwarding rule on His mailbox.
MarshallLohr2
MarshallLohr2,
User Rank: Strategist
2/1/2021 | 4:15:52 PM
The Zero Trust Model
The CIO has really taken the zero trust model to an extreme.
ChadF3
ChadF3,
User Rank: Strategist
2/1/2021 | 3:51:26 PM
Paired Programming 2.0
The number of bugs in production has plummeted ever since we started using adversarial development teams.


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