Cyber Quests announces new round of competition

Winners to attend month-long cyber camp this summer

A new cyber competition in which participants analyze their own computers for signs of attack is being held as part of a continuing, broad-based effort to expand the nation’s cybersecurity workforce, reports Sarah Rich at Government Technology.

The new competition, which ends May 1 and is open to individuals 18 or older, is the second in the Cyber Quest series and offers yet another avenue for individuals to break into the field.

Winners will be invited to attend a four-week cyber camp offered this summer.

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