Internet security is promoted as a career for tech-savvy students

06/21/2010 | USA Today

Efforts are under way nationwide to recruit tech-savvy students to pursue careers in protecting the safety and security of the Internet. College and high-school students are being encouraged to participate in contests that pit the young cyber-experts in virtual battles against hackers, spies and data thieves, while two Maryland school districts are working cybersecurity into the K-12 curriculum with a new career track in "information assurance."

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