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From: ka at khidr.net (Ka)
Subject: Professional Groups

At Dienstag, 13. Januar 2004 19:06 James.Cupps@...pi.com wrote:
> All of the arguments for unionizing have centered around job security and
> control of direction in the company to make life better.

No, not all, mine for example not.


> Now I have to ask what does any of this do with Info Security let alone
> vulnerability exposure?

The IT security specialist being "owned" socially
has nothing to do with security? I must be dreaming.

That whole discussion about off-topic and what should
be allowed to discuss in this list is not proof enough?
The scissors are already installed in our heads.
-- snip --


Ka
--
r00ted systems tend to get patched so that no other can
come in, apparently they are invulnerable -- afterwards.





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