2,500 teens take part in government-backed cyber security competition

Nicholas Fearn
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Ten student teams take part in "intense" cyber security competition

More than two-thousand of Britain's most talented teenage coders have taken part in a government-backed cyber security competition. Overall, ten teams participated in the CyberCenturion finals c...

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