What Do These Three Things Have In Common?

(This is our CINS Army Brief for November 2019. Learn more and subscribe here.)

Black Friday, Cyber Monday & Malware: What do these things have in common?

They will all cost you money.

Happy Thanksgiving! 😉

Seriously, folks: We at Sentinel are grateful for what we are, what we do, and who we get to do it with. We are perpetually thankful for every single moment we get to give back to the InfoSec community through CINS Army. On behalf of all of us at Sentinel, Happy Thanksgiving.

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