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MATCs new computer security program gears up for second semester

Madison, Wis.Madison Area Technical College recently finished the first semester of its new degree program in computer security. The curriculum, which will soon be taught at technical colleges all over Wisconsin, will train students fill the IT communitys need for security specialists.


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You cant protect something you dont understand, so with the first semester, theyre learning the basics of the systems, McCullough said.

In the first semester of the new two-year program, students took a core of four courses, covering principles of security, Windows servers, network functionality, and Perl, a programming language commonly used to write analysis software for logs o......

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Katy Williams is a Madison-based correspondent for WTN at can be reached at

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