During last Friday’s CyberPatriots’ Youth Cyber Defense Competition, Alina Hau and Soyee Cho, both 11, played the role of new IT professionals tasked with unraveling and finding a solution for their company’s cybersecurity vulnerabilities. The competition was held on the last day of a week-long Cyber Camp hosted by the Olathe Northwest High School CyberPatriots Club.
During last Friday’s CyberPatriots’ Youth Cyber Defense Competition, Alina Hau and Soyee Cho, both 11, played the role of new IT professionals tasked with unraveling and finding a solution for their company’s cybersecurity vulnerabilities. The competition was held on the last day of a week-long Cyber Camp hosted by the Olathe Northwest High School CyberPatriots Club. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Star
During last Friday’s CyberPatriots’ Youth Cyber Defense Competition, Alina Hau and Soyee Cho, both 11, played the role of new IT professionals tasked with unraveling and finding a solution for their company’s cybersecurity vulnerabilities. The competition was held on the last day of a week-long Cyber Camp hosted by the Olathe Northwest High School CyberPatriots Club. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Star

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August 04, 2017 10:47 AM

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