Identity Issues: A Friday Haiku
In the spirit of our parent publication Light Reading, a Friday Security Haiku.
What is your real name?
In tip of finger or eye,
Who you are, matters.
— Curtis Franklin is the editor of SecurityNow.com. Follow him on Twitter @kg4gwa.
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