UC-Berkeley leads college consortium on cybersecurity

Wednesday, 13 April 2005, 11:43 AM EST

University of California, Berkeley, experts will lead a consortium of colleges in a far-reaching effort to keep the nation's computer data safe from cyberattack.

The announcement Monday by the National Science Foundation comes after a flurry of security breaches -- two of them at UC Berkeley -- that have dramatized the vulnerability of a society that increasingly entrusts its secrets to computers.

At Mercury News.

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