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Trekking Through Compliance – Episode 36 – Catspaw | Thomas Fox – Compliance Evangelist – JDSupra – JD Supra

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Strange things happen to a landing party consisting of Jackson, Sulu, and Scotty when they beam down to planet Pyrus 7. When Kirk, Spock, and McCoy beam down to investigate, leaving DeSalle in command and Chekov as his sidekick, they are enveloped in fog. They also detect multiple life readings, See more +

Strange things happen to a landing party consisting of Jackson, Sulu, and Scotty when they beam down to planet Pyrus 7. When Kirk, Spock, and McCoy beam down to investigate, leaving DeSalle in command and Chekov as his sidekick, they are enveloped in fog. They also detect multiple life readings, even though the Enterprise’s sensors only detect the landing party. They are all captured by Korob and Sylvia.

Meanwhile, the Enterprise is breaking free through the efforts of DeSalle. Korob sets Kirk and Spock free and tells them to leave immediately because he can no longer control Sylvia. Kirk grabs Korob’s scepter, and after fending off attacks from McCoy, Scott, and Sulu, Kirk tells Sylvia that he has the scepter. Kirk breaks the scepter in front of Sylvia. The castle vanishes, and Sylvia and Korob appear as the bizarre blue and yellow puppet-like alien beings they are. Unable to survive in this galaxy without the transmuter, they shrivel up and melt away, and Sulu and Scott are returned to normal.

Compliance Takeaways:

1. Why ego is part of Jonathan Mark’s Fraud Pentagon?

2. Fraudsters need a dupe, and the term ‘Catspaw’ describes a person who is used as a dupe.

3. How much can you do with the tools you have at hand?

Join me and learn about today’s Trekking Through Compliance on the Compliance Podcast Network. #startrek #enterprise #trekker #spock #tos #kirk #trekkie #captainkirk #startrektng #startrektos #startrekfan #startrekkers #startrektheoriginalseries See less –
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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.
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