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  • The Air Gap: Isolating the Wireless Network To Secure Campus Data

    The concept of an "air gap" in computing refers to the idea of isolating a computer installation to make it extraordinarily secure--so much so that it could almost be considered a closed system. While Lewis University isn't taking the design to that extreme, CTO John Dalby still uses the term to describe how he has set up the Romeoville, IL campus' wireless network to be separated from its wired counterpart.More

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