About 30 high school students from the region participated in a camera-hacking challenge at GenCyber July 18 at Sand Creek High School.
About 30 high school students from the region participated in a camera-hacking challenge at GenCyber July 18 at Sand Creek High School.

As technology continues to evolve and reel in consumers, threats to cybersecurity increase exponentially — continuing to fuel the game of good versus evil and increasing the need for more skilled professionals to secure and defend valuable information systems for the government and private sector. Currently there are 209,000 cybersecurity positions across the U.S. that […]

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