Re-work most consoles into modular programs.
Rework PDAs into modular computers.
Replace instant MSGs with emails.
Add a command line interface to the network diagnostic program, along with various commands including a remote terminal to access other consoles, if you know their NID.
Commands include things like: being able to locate which room that device presently is in, know the status of the intrusion counter-measures, find out the banlist of IDs, what the program list of a device is (as well as which ones are running), the ability to kill/open a currently running program, set-up a proxy with another device, ping surrounding devices in the same room for their IDs and so on.
Allow network diagnostics to blacklist devices.
Make modular computers keep system logs on an intrinsic program, a la the computer config program, but make it so that only authorized users can access them.
Give the syndicate program repository a backdoor virus (and a program that displays all existing backdoors) and a dedicated command line program.
Practical example in action:
A clever hacker sends an email to the warden with a photo of his ass attached, which the warden obviously opens, unknowing that it contains the payload for a backdoor and silently installs in the background, which lets the hacker figure out his NID. Using the NID, he remote terminals into his PDA, pings devices and locates a console with a running instance of a security record program (which he normally couldn't run due to not having the access), the hacker then opens the program and swaps his fingerprints with someone else's. After all is said and done, he then breaks in to a secure place and steals his objective, and deliberately leaves fingerprints behind. The hacker then laughs as security arrests an innocent man because of the swapped fingerprints while the innocent man is executed on the spot because thorough investigations are for sissies.