My September 2004 TechEdge article is available online.

The increasing importance of computer technology, and the information contained and transmitted by computers used both at school and at home, makes it essential for EVERY computer user to become more aware of security related problems as well as actions which can prevent or help resolve security related problems before or when they occur. This article outlines six different ways classroom teachers can become more proactive in taking computer security threats seriously, and hopefully minimize the potential for these threats to become destructive realities either in their classroom or at home.

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