Largest Online Computer Security Competition for Students – Mar 16
Posted by Carnegie Mellon University on March 16, 2021
From March 16-30, Carnegie Mellon University will be hosting another year of picoCTF, a free, online computer security contest for middle and high school students. The annual competition aims to introduce young minds to the field of cybersecurity, walking students through increasingly difficult challenges that mimic real-world cybersecurity problems. Teachers around the nation have used picoCTF as a fun learning tool, as over 100,000 students have competed in the annual contest to date. Cash prizes are awarded to the top teams.
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