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December 7, 2005, IEEE Distributed Systems Online: Higher-Ed Networks Begin Circling the Wagons By Greg Goth

October 25, 2005, Columbia University, Teachers College:
Technology and its Impact on Schooling

October 21, 2005, Punto Informatico (in Italian):  Scudo telematico per le università by Tommaso Lombardi

October 20, 2005, detikInet (in Indonesian):
Kalangan Akademis Adopsi DShield by Dewi Widya Ningrum

October 20, 2005, Department of Homeland Security:
Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report

October 19, 2005, National School Boards Association: Schools Get New Security Service by Andrew Paulson

October 18, 2005, CNET  
Schools get tailored cyberattack data by Joris Evers
                                 Also picked up in:  
ZDNet , MSN, Terrorism Research Center, USA Today, TechRepublic

October 5, 2005, Napi Online (in Hungarian): Közlekedési lámpa böngészéshez by Komócsin Sándor  

October 5, 2005, EDUCAUSE's Edupage:  
Research Project Will Track Network Attacks

October 4, 2005, Chronicle of Higher Education:  Project to Monitor College Networks Could Provide New Weapons Against Hackers by
Vincent Kiernan

August 10, 2005, CIO Strategy Center:  
The Botnet Threat by Scott Cherkin
May 26, 2005, SecurityInfoWatch:
Live at ASIS NYC's Security Systems and Solutions Expo

April 13, 2005, CIO Strategy Center: Infosecurity in Academia by Scott Cherkin

April 1, 2005, Campus Technology:
The Weakest Link

March 3, 2005, Journal of Security Education: Information Security in Academic Institutions - Emerging Issues and Remediation
by Steffani Burd PhD, Scott Cherkin, Joseph Concannon
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