HARLEM (WFXG) – Computer hacking skills aren’t just useful if you’re Napoleon Dynamite. These sweet skills are becoming essential for multi-billion-dollar businesses who are looking to protect their product line.
“You’re actually decrypting and you’re decoding and you’re trying to solve puzzles and problems,” said Tyrone Abero, a cyber instructor at Greenbrier High School in Evans.
“It’s like Jeopardy,” explained Jordan Dominick, a sophomore at Harlem High School. “There are different questions that are worth a different amount of points and each one of them has a flag, which is the answer. That’s Capture the Flag.”
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