The NSA is holding a free cyber security summer camp for middle school girls who have an interest in starting a career in the security industry.
The program is called GenCyber and will be entirely free for everyone. The National Security Agency (NSA) is sponsoring the students by paying the bill for tuition, registration fees, and boarding.
The goal of the camp is to help young girls to hone their talent towards the internet and network security so that they can start a career in this industry. With cyber attacks on the rise, more cybersecurity professionals are needed for national and economic security.
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