Scissors - Dumbentia

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Nov 20, 2013 (3 years and 6 months ago)

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American Scissors Council
Hackers. Computer viruses. E-mail bombs. Disgruntled employees. Corporate spies. Matt
Drudge. The list of threats to your network grows longer with each passing day. And no
matter how many anti-virus products you use, no matter how many security patches you
apply, no matter how tightly you think youve locked down security -- you can never be
totally sure. Somewhere, somehow, someday some fifteen-year-old with a chip on his
shoulder and lots of free time will crack your network open like a lobster.
Thats why you need Scissors

. A few snips of network wire and you will literally cut
off all possible means of unauthorized access to your systems. Your boss will be pleased
as worker productivity grows, since web surfing will be a thing of the past. And youll
finally be able to sleep nights, knowing that your network is safe.
Scissors are versatile, too. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes (including left
and right-handed versions) perfect for slicing all kinds of cables, including the popular
UTP and fiber! They can also be used for cutting paper. Or, in a pinch, they make a great
personal security device.
Scissors. The cutting edge of network security. When people ask why you werent
affected by the latest Internet threat, simply tell them, Im running with Scissors.