Oh yeah, about the 'DMZ'

Just occurred to me a lot of folks outside the security realm might not get the DMZ reference for this blog. In computing terms, a DMZ is short for "demilitarized zone" and represents the "neutral zone" between a company's private network and the outside public network. It essentially serves as a buffer to keep outside users from getting direct access to a server that has company data.

Not only does the term apply to my profession, but it describes my pending status change. In a matter of months I'll shed my military wife skin when my husband retires from the U.S. Coast Guard. Thus, I'll be "de-militarized."

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