PLYMOUTH-CANTON COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL WINS 2022 GOVERNOR'S HIGH SCHOOL CYBER CHALLENGE
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- High school teams from across Michigan came together for the finals of the 2022 Governor's High School Cyber Challenge, a cybersecurity competition hosted by the State of Michigan. The ten qualifying teams, composed of up to three students each, completed challenges designed to test their knowledge of information technology and cybersecurity. The competition scores were based on the number of completed virtual challenges and the highest demonstrated mastery of essential cybersecurity skills. The winning teams were announced today at the Michigan Cyber Summit.
The first round of the Cyber Challenge was held from October 3 to October 6, 2022. Each day of the event focused on a different topic, such as networking, programming, hacking or operating systems. Teams progressed through the story-driven scenarios by submitting their answers to multiple-choice questions.
248 teams, composed ofmore than 680 students from 29 Michigan schools, participated in the first round of the challenge. The schools were geographically located across the upper and lower peninsulas of Michigan.
The Governor's High School Cyber Challenge is facilitated by Merit Network and the Michigan Cyber Range, in partnership with the State of Michigan. Event support was provided by Cisco, Juniper Networks and ADVA.
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