Meetings, especially in the cybersecurity realm, can sometimes feel like a stroll through a jargon jungle. There's a lot of "phishing" but not the kind that requires a fishing rod. There's talk of "firewalls," but nobody's trying to keep warm. To make our ventures through this linguistic labyrinth a tad more enjoyable, I've created a Cybersecurity Bingo Card. Loaded with popular terminologies—from the straightforward "DNS" to the all-too-relatable "Sorry, was on mute"—this card will help you decode the tech talk and bring a competitive edge to your meetings. Remember to play fair: no "proxy" players allowed, and don't just mark "threat" because someone side-eyed you for stealing the last donut. Dive in, have fun, and may the best jargon-juggler win!
We've all sat in meetings where we wished we had a bingo card for the phrases being thrown around. Here's one that captures many of the ones that I hear. Now, I'm not saying that I haven't (or don't) occasionally use one of these, but hopefully never enough that I am the main contributor to completing your bingo card.