West Point competes in Cyber Defense Competition

WEST POINT, N.Y. -- During a time of war, a defense tactic that's becoming increasingly important is being learned inside a classroom. West Point cadets being challenged on defending a country stationed at a computer. The Academy takes part in a Cyber Defense Competition. It's aimed at keeping information systems secure. "We should under estimate a terrorist or any other organization who wants to do harm to us using computer network," said Colonel David Raymond. West Point is competing along with other military academies, including Army's number one rival, Navy. The exercise is run by the National Security Agency.

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