Dakota State program helps keep nation’s computers safe

Students at Dakota State University are learning to be hackers, so they can help protect computer networks in the future--and it's all part of a government program in place at dozens of institutions nationwide, reports the Argus Leader. Students learn in a secured lab. They know a disciplinary board would judge deviant behavior, and they sign a "white-hat oath" a half-dozen times before graduating. In the end, they are scholars

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