I wrote this article a few months back for [IN]Secure magazine, but this time the article has detailed footnotes and links to the tools mentioned. It covers the basics of information security in environments like universities, schools and libraries. While it's meant to help organizations figure out how to lock down their computer systems it reads sort of like a "How to hack schools" booklet. I plan to expand the article as time goes by, let me know of additions I should make.