MindBody donates firewalls to Cuesta College

kleslie@thetribunenews.comAugust 8, 2013 

A bird's-eye view of Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo.

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San Luis Obispo-based software company MindBody recently donated two firewalls to Cuesta College to help protect the community college’s network.

The new enterprise-grade firewalls will replace three-year-old firewalls, according to a news release, and should protect the network from security threats such as viruses, spam and malicious attacks.

They were donated as part of The Cuesta College Foundation Business Partners program, which builds relationships between the college and the San Luis Obispo business community.

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