If you think you’ve locked down the school’s network so that kids can’t stray off the online straight and narrow, think again. Kids can slip through your Internet filter by using a proxy server that hides where their Web journeys are leading. It’s an all too common occurrence these days where kids know at least as much – and often more – about bypassing security as administrators do about imposing school computer security. Lightspeed Systems and Vericept have teamed up to keep you at least half a step ahead by blocking this alternate path to dangerous or objectionable sites. By combining Lightspeed’s Total Traffic Control software with Vericept’s Monitor, you’ll always know where your kids are surfing. While Total Traffic Control works by filtering content, protects against spam and viruses as well as reports on who’s doing what online. The Orange Unified School District in Orange, Calif. uses the software to monitor and protect its 33,000 users.