Securing UC Berkeley's network

Tuesday, 25 April 2006, 1:38 PM EST

The University of California at Berkeley has made a name for itself in networking, with innovations such as Unix, Berkeley Internet Domain Name, Smart Dust and SETI@home. But the school has made headlines over the past few years for some things of which it is less proud, namely a couple of security breaches - a stolen laptop containing personal information on graduates and a compromised database of California residents.

At Network World.

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