Columbia Basin College students Keith Thornhill, left, and Levi Staley hold the first-place trophy their cyber-defense team won at a recent regional competition. The team will soon head to the national competition to compete against nine other teams.
Columbia Basin College students Keith Thornhill, left, and Levi Staley hold the first-place trophy their cyber-defense team won at a recent regional competition. The team will soon head to the national competition to compete against nine other teams. Ty Beaver Tri-City Herald
Columbia Basin College students Keith Thornhill, left, and Levi Staley hold the first-place trophy their cyber-defense team won at a recent regional competition. The team will soon head to the national competition to compete against nine other teams. Ty Beaver Tri-City Herald

Vigilance, quick thinking pays off for CBC cybersecurity students

April 15, 2016 11:51 AM

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