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Re: PGP in the workplace

Rick Osborne writes:
> Here's one I figure you all would just love:


> Upon explaining to them that I was simply trying to make sure of my own
> security, I was told that I was to just assume that I was secure, and that
> *any* 'poking around' was found to be "highly aggravating" and could only
> only "exascerbate the situation further."

Quit and go work somewhere that's reasonable.  A decent IS department
doesn't play games like these; one that's full of morons does.

Talented people, especially those who know security, are
in demand at the moment.  So you shouldn't have to put up with
petty-tyrant bullshit- go find a company that is staffed by human beings.

Eric Murray  [email protected]  [email protected]  http://www.lne.com/ericm
PGP keyid:E03F65E5 fingerprint:50 B0 A2 4C 7D 86 FC 03  92 E8 AC E6 7E 27 29 AF