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John Udell Visits Dartmouth Security Think Tank

Following up on the article where Brett Tofel tipped us to an Open Source JSP editor, we started looking for more information about the Institute for Security Technology Studies. A few days ago, John Udell from Byte published an account of his visit to ISTS. Udell provides a good overview of the Institute's areas of expertise as well as current research focuses.

The article includes an explanation of Brett's current work (developing software that improves the efficiency of forensic server log analysis) and a good quote from him. We always like to point to articles where friends of CTDATA get some press.

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