CSE majors participate in online capture the flag competitionBy Brecken Mumford | Contributor Last Saturday, four Taylor teams competed remotely against other universities in a cybersecurity capture the flag competition hosted by Buena Vista University (BVU) in Storm Lake, Iowa. The four Taylor teams met in Euler 218/219 from 10:45 […]
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