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TairikuOkami

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This is a simple observation. I feel that in a truly secure society, it will be more difficult for security-related companies to make a profit. The harder we work for security, the more we will lose our jobs, won't we?
It makes me think that this is an industry that involves a dilemma.:unsure::coffee:
I would say the numbers speaks the very opposite, and personal I'm not surprised if consider the extreme issues that happened in the US with the Solarwind hack and just now recently one of their main Oil pipelines was shutdown because of a ransomware attack. Of course other countries constant get hacked too, but the scale and size that hits the US seems way bigger then most other combined as some reports also indicates, and it's really sad to view and extra so when it constant effects the little guy, the common citizen. Business for security hasn't been better then in a long time, and I wouldn't be surprised if it will grow even more this year. Security and extra so developer job opportunities is at least in this country huge, and for almost anyone with the correct education has it real easy finding an employer.
 

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show-Zi

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In the "good old days" this man would been worshipped as a gigolo :LOL:
I didn't think this article was reported in the worldo_O:ROFLMAO:

This became a hot topic on Japanese bulletin boards because the number of people who were dating at the same time was outstandingly large. Most notable was his ability to manage tasks, which had many dating at the same time.💑💑💑💑💑
 

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A U.S. meteorologist was caught off guard by a technical glitch during her weather report Tuesday night.
The malfunction made it look like she was multiplying on the green screen:
 
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