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Re: [Full-disclosure] RE: End users as security devices
From: Ron DuFresne (dufresnewinternet.com)
Date: Mon Jun 13 2005 - 21:42:09 CDT
> Don't lose faith, don't give up, keep explaining, and training. You CAN
> make end users proactive participants in enterprise security. Just
> remember, there will always be a few intellectually challenged folks who
> need a bit of extra mentoring. Try to be patient, and NO, you can't put
> handicap placards on computers used by those with IQs below 90, sorry.
if this was true, then educating would not be a full time thing making
some companies tons of cash as they come into an org and do it over and
over and over....
<still believes in larts>
"Sometimes you get the blues because your baby leaves you. Sometimes you get'em
'cause she comes back." --B.B. King
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