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2009 Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
Advances in sensor technology and the availability of affordable mass data storage devices are enabling a new security infrastructure. The infrastructure goes beyond traditional wired supercomputers, clusters, and workstations to include more ubiquitous observing and sensing systems, intelligent and remotely operable instrumentation, and handheld communication devices. Although timely and important, the introduction of these advances in undergraduate curriculum is limited. In this paper, wedoi:10.18260/1-2--5023 fatcat:g65irrih3zhbxl67pjebm5iz7u