If North Korea launches a 10kt bomb on any of our allies in the region it'll be fun to watch Pongyang get turned into a glowing parking lot in the matter of minutes it'll take to launch a missile from a U.S. boomer.
You could be in one place I worked. They decided to install an IronPort proxy. We all had Linux boxes in addition to our Windows machines. So we just installed Corkscrew to a remote host under out control. They'd get the DNS dips, but not the page traffic.
We're all MacBook Pro's and Dell Latitude E7470's - neither of which come with an optical drive. I guess they do have USB ports so a 64GB stick would work. And we did order an external CD/DVD-RW unit. We do have servers with optical drives in them.