Reply to post: Re: Pot Kettle Black

Your anti-phishing test emails may be too easy to spot. NIST has a training tool for that

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Re: Pot Kettle Black

Great research happens at ${institution}, but many of the people who run the IT services there are painfully incompetent -- FTFY.

I used to teach in the computer science department of a small university in a large coffee- and samba-oriented country. We had memorable fights with the IT department about their so-called work. We were the only group that didn't buy the BS they told us that was "policy" (aka we don't want to do it) and "because of limitations on technology" (aka we don't have a clue on how to do it).

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