[Full-Disclosure] U.S. National Security Awareness Day (NSAD)
tk4 at inf.tu-dresden.de
Fri Aug 27 07:44:31 BST 2004
Am Freitag, 27. August 2004 00:48 schrieb Gideon T. Rasmussen, CISSP, CISM,
CFSO, SCSA (and so on, and so on):
> Please join us in observing U.S. National Security Awareness Day (NSAD)
> on September 10th. There are continued threats to the security of the
> United States. Our security posture must continue to improve.
> Here is how you can get involved on NSAD and help improve our nation's
> security throughout the year:
I'm not quite sure whether you used the wrong mailing list, or that I'm
(illegaly) subscribed to a mailing list, which is intended for U.S. citizens
only. Actually I'm a German citizen, and I wont call the USA "our nation".
> NSAD is a movement in the public interest. Security must be a part of
Movement in the public interest sounds not like a movement started by the
> our culture to be effective. NSAD marks beginning of the Department of
> Homeland Security's National Preparedness Month. For more information
> refer to http://www.ussecurityawareness.org.
> Please consider sending out an e-mail announcement to friends, family
> and business associates in support of observing September 10, 2004 as
> National Security Awareness Day. The key to security is embedded in the
> word itself. SEC - U - R - IT - Y
Spam your friends.
> Want to make a difference? Let's do it together.
Let your friends spam you.
Dipl.-Inf. Thomas Kriegelstein tk4 at inf.tu-dresden.de
Institut für Systemarchitektur Tel.: +49 351 463 38448
Technische Universität Dresden Hans Grundig Straße 25 Raum 115
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