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rslade
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Re: Hello, I'm Mark

> MarkWeldon (Viewer III) posted a new reply in Welcome on 10-14-2020 01:24 PM in

> Hello, I'm Mark.

Hi, Mark!

(With an opening like that, it sounds like an introduction at a Security
Professionals Anonymous meeting ...)

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Newcomer I

Re: Hello, I'm Mark

That is funny now that you mention it.

 

"Hello, I'm Mark."

(Audience responds: "Hello Mark")

"I've been secure for 4 weeks now."


Mark Weldon
Cybersecurity Systems Engineer | Florida, USA
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rslade
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Re: Hello, I'm Mark

> MarkWeldon (Viewer III) posted a new reply in Welcome on 10-14-2020 03:20 PM in

> "I've been secure for 4 weeks now."

I started out by getting an antivirus scanner to check USB drives that friends gave
me. Soon I wasn't clicking on any old link I came across. I refused to reply to
Nigerian princes offering me millions of dollars. And last week I [sob] ... made a
backup.

I'm so ashamed ...

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Greetings professionals

I'm Darrell Young.  As a life-long, seasoned technical person, I'm looking forward to learning more about our network of security professionals.  Now more than ever, we all need to put our best efforts into keeping our systems safe and secure from the threats haunting us.  The Colonial Pipeline fiasco recently showed us how imperative it is for all of us to whack the moles. 

 

All the best

 

Darrell

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Re: Greetings professionals

> mainframer2 (Viewer) posted a new reply in Welcome on 05-14-2021 12:56 AM in the

> I'm Darrell Young.  As a life-long, seasoned technical person, I'm looking
> forward to learning more about our network of security professionals.  Now more
> than ever, we all need to put our best efforts into keeping our systems safe and
> secure from the threats haunting us.  The Colonial Pipeline fiasco recently
> showed us how imperative it is for all of us to whack the moles.    All the best
>   Darrell

I don't think he's a bot, but he definitely sounds like a marketroid.

Should I tell him about the CISSPforum?
https://groups.io/g/cisspforum

Or RISKS?
http://catless.ncl.ac.uk/Risks/

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Re: Greetings professionals

Marketroid?

 

Wow.  I've been involved in IT since 83 and cyber security for the past few years.  I thought I'd join a collection of professionals to gain insights and learn more about our trade and to be around those who share my passions for security. 

 

I can understand your reticence in extending a welcome offering but to go outright negative in front of everyone speaks volumes about some of the malformed poise packets in your social life. 

 

All the best Senior Efluent