The traffic cop: Stopping bugs in transit

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The Ivy League is just as exposed to malware as anyone, finds Marcia Savage. So how did Dartmouth College tackle the big issue?

Like most colleges, Dartmouth had a big problem: an ever-changing student population connecting to the network using a variety of devices, many infected with malware. The compromised systems slowed down the network for other users and tried to attack critical subnets, recalls Jason Jeffords, ...

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