With almost 6,400 high school students competing in the CyberStart America game, Georgia led the nation in participants.

The University of North Georgia (UNG) and the Georgia Cyber Center hosted a certification event in early May to verify that the 95 students selected as Georgia winners in the CyberStart America game developed the cyber skills indicated by their scores in the game, confirming their ability to compete in similar challenges and in future workforce roles.

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