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John Klossner
John Klossner
Cartoon Contest

Name That Toon: Insider Threat

Ready for some fun? Come up with a clever cartoon caption for Dark Reading's January contest, and our panel of experts will reward the winner with a $25 Amazon gift card.

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John Klossner has been drawing technology cartoons for more than 15 years. His work regularly appears in Computerworld and Federal Computer Week. His illustrations and cartoons have also been published in The New Yorker, Barron's, and The Wall Street Journal. Web site: ... View Full Bio

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User Rank: Strategist
2/8/2021 | 4:01:23 AM
"Someone forgot to renew the end point antivirus license, we we're taking it in our hands"
User Rank: Apprentice
2/5/2021 | 10:22:33 AM
name that toon caption
The struggles of working from home: "Honey, what's for lunch"
User Rank: Ninja
2/3/2021 | 9:40:41 AM
Is that you clippy?
I know I keep saying I miss Clippy, but not sure this is what I had in mind!
User Rank: Strategist
2/2/2021 | 3:47:38 PM
Cartoon Caption
"I've been trying to reach you about your automobile extended warranty !"
User Rank: Strategist
2/2/2021 | 12:29:43 PM
Name That Toon: Insider Threat
Password managers have come a long way these days but they are still within arms reach of the keyboard.
User Rank: Apprentice
2/1/2021 | 9:34:12 PM
Caption contest
Julie hated being micromanaged.
User Rank: Strategist
2/1/2021 | 7:32:41 PM
Re: Name that toon: Insider Threat
They are taking this 'desk sharing' to a whole nuther level!
User Rank: Apprentice
2/1/2021 | 9:30:05 AM
Re: Name that Toon: Insider Threat
We've been trying to reach you about your cars extended warranty...
User Rank: Strategist
1/29/2021 | 3:33:27 PM
Safe to come out?
Is that coronavirus thing over yet? I've been in here in self quarantine since it started.
User Rank: Apprentice
1/29/2021 | 8:42:56 AM
Re: Name that Toon: Insider Threat
So this is your enclave? I guess you're compliant.
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