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Security Awareness Posters

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The WRSO does not maintain or provide hard copies of the posters listed below.

Poster descriptions were provided by four student volunteers from Bellevue Community College, WA.

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96c.jpg - Green cartoon character (the Grinch) coming down a chimney dressed in a red Santa Clause suit. Gifts and hanging stockings in the room read various phrases including, "National Information Infrastructure", "Military Weapons", "Secrets", and "Information Systems". Caption reads, "Then he slid down the chimney. A rather slight pinch. But if Santa could do it, then so could the Grinch. He got stuck only once, for a moment or two. Then he stuck his head out of the fireplace flue. Where the little Who stockings hung in a row. 'The stockings,' he grinned, 'are the first things to go!'"
96d.jpg - Two images side by side, the left one a group of Nazi soldiers working at typewriters. The right one a group of people working at computers with a man dressed in a business suit overseeing their work. Caption reads, "In wars past, you could tell the enemy by the UNIFORMS they wore. It won't be that simple with the Information Warriors of tomorrow!"
97a.jpg - Cartoon drawing of an old castle with its drawbridge down. Newspaper pages surround it with reports of spies against the US. Caption reads, "The Strongest Castle Walls Are Not Proof Against a Traitor Within! -Ancient Proverb".
97b.jpg - Books, T-shirts, and sweatshirts lying on a bed with various designs and messages on them including, "TOP SECRET", "NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY", and "Russia & Eastern Europe". Caption reads, "High Fashion or High Risk? Before you travel, Consider the message you're packing!"
97c.jpg - Santa Clause sitting down at a computer with an elf standing next to him looking over documents. Caption reads, "Santa knows who's naughty and nice. In Cyberspace, will you know?"
98a.jpg - An inmate dressed in an orange jumpsuit sitting in a prison cell. Small photograph of the inmate during his FBI years in the top left corner with a caption reading "FBI Special Agent 1983" underneath it. Main caption reads, "'Espionage is a crime that not only destroys your future. it destroys your past.' - Earl Pitts, September 1997".
98b.jpg - Complete iceberg shot, submerged and above water. Caption reads, "Recent espionage cases 'are just a tip of a large and dangerous intelligence iceberg.' - FBI Director Louie Freech on Economic Espionage".
98c.jpg - Santa Clause looking over a wish list from Russian Intelligence, asking for "Classified Information", "Crypto Radio", "Proprietary Information", "High Tech Secrets", and "Some of those neato NSA tee shirts (assorted sizes)". Caption reads, "Foreign Intelligence's 'Wish List' NEVER CHANGES!"
99a.jpg - Talk show host David Letterman presenting a "top ten" list of reasons not to commit espionage. Reasons include, "You avoid losing your family!", "Keep the respect of your co-workers and friends!", "Do not feel the need to take your own life!", You avoid spending the rest of your life in a small cell  with guys with nicknames like KILLER!".

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