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Common sense is thebest defense. Its how we shouldassure compliance.                             — Mike Cokenour          ...
have all his                                         time free                                        — R. Chris          ...
secure places                              request their                                   ID                             ...
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Common sense is the

  1. 1. Common sense is thebest defense. Its how we shouldassure compliance. — Mike Cokenour Lowering your guard sharing your secret password bodes ill for you both — R. Chris Brown E-mail and post cards though sent to one or a few are seen by many — Kaie Hackers and crackers and bears - oh my! Denial of service. Oh no. — Kaie Phosphorous eyes burn into the night - backup would have prevented this — Kaie He who plays games on agency machines will soon
  2. 2. have all his time free — R. Chris Brown Computer virus, destroyer of files, survives through lack of scanning — R. Chris Brown and Kaie When you suspect thatyour network is compromised report it by phone — R. Chris Brown Your Web site - hacked once embarrassme nt stays posted attrition dot org — Kaie Click a link, open and an e-mail attachment can a virus bring — R. Chris Brown and Kaie Computers at risk? security awareness first line of defense — Kaie Beware of strangers lurking in
  3. 3. secure places request their ID — R. Chris Brown Though they are so likenever store the backup near the original — R. Chris Brown Leaving my PC evry time, I log off, lest someone take my place — R. Chris Brown License what you use copyright violation causes great sadness — Kaie With no firewall my personal computer will Open to you all — Tom Melton

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