University system works to thwart hackers

Wednesday, 6 April 2005, 1:06 PM EST

The state university system's computing service building, which is at UNLV, is one of the most protected buildings on campus -- or so local legend goes.

On the first floor, a secured room contains a mother lode of computer servers that provide Internet service to thousands of students and employees. It also contains firewalls and detection devices to prevent hackers from entering the system.

By K.C. Howard at Review Journal.

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