British schools to hold code-breaking contests

Teenagers from 14 to 16 will pit their wits against one another to break secret codes to uncover hidden messages and then write their own

LONDON, UK: Schools in Britain may soon conduct competitions to break secret codes, aimed at developing the next generation of cyber security experts, a report said.

Teenagers from 14 to 16 will pit their wits against one another to break secret codes to uncover hidden messages and then write their own, BBC reported.

SOURCE: ciol.com