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High school students are gathering in the nation's capital this week to plug holes in computer security — and to win prizes. They're part of the Cyber Patriot competition.
Northrup Grumman is heading off a cybersecurity brain drain with a recruiting pitch for teenagers.
CyberPatriot combines online education and preliminary competition rounds delivered over the internet, proceeding to in-person finals held in conjunction with AFA National Symposia. We get details from Northrop Grumman's Diane Miller and the Air Force Association's David Buckwalter.