High School Students Team up With Ferris State University Professors for STEM Cyber-Security Competition
Students involved with STEM classes from Ogemaw Heights middle and high schools in West Branch, are taking part in cyber-security competition on Tuesday, April 20. Professors within in the Information, Security and Intelligence program at Ferris State University are partnering with the students to help them explore future career opportunities.
Students will be in the classroom but Ferris State will run the competition virtually. School staff say the purpose of the competition will involve an interactive learning experience with a relaxed competitive environment.
Topics to be covered will include cryptography, steganography, password cracking, and picture location data analysis competition.
For more details on the cyber-security competition and how you can connect your school district with the Ferris State program click here.