Risk

9/11/2018
02:30 PM
John Klossner
John Klossner
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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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emallove
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emallove,
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10/12/2018 | 3:15:28 PM
Workplace Ergonomics
"Yoga ball chairs, stand-up desks, treadmill offices. Have workplace ergonomics gone too far?"
xaviernj
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10/12/2018 | 10:05:34 AM
Caption contest
This new three factor authentication is noooott easy.
ianrod
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ianrod,
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10/12/2018 | 8:34:56 AM
Name that Toon
Once again, IT was left to hang out and dry.
Blaze007
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Blaze007,
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10/11/2018 | 3:20:34 PM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
An exemplary role model for his co-workers, Bob considers all perspectives when performing a thorough risk analysis.
rdmcmath
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rdmcmath,
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10/11/2018 | 1:37:51 PM
Cartoon caption
"He must have fallen for the latest phishing bait."
FIREarly
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FIREarly,
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10/11/2018 | 10:54:11 AM
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The Houdini hack will get me out of this!
cjonesv2s
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cjonesv2s,
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10/10/2018 | 2:31:48 PM
Cartoon Caption
He's managed to turn the computing world upsidedown!
anotherphase
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anotherphase,
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10/9/2018 | 11:35:49 PM
"He is determined not to make himself a low-hanging fruit for hackers."

"He is determined not to make himself a low-hanging fruit for hackers."

Coolster65
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10/8/2018 | 11:38:08 AM
Name that Toon: Risky Business
That's not what they mean by "Agile DevOps" Bart ... 
CaptionCurator
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10/5/2018 | 5:23:21 PM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
Bob thinks the CIO's statement to "tie up security holes" was taken a little too far.
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