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Published: 18/09/13

Great new Competition for those with an artistic bent, fanstastic prizes to be won for both Juniors and Seniors.


  1. There are two categories:

(a)   Category 1 – all persons aged sixteen (16) and over ("Adult Entrants"); and

(b)   Category 2 – all  persons aged under sixteen (16) ("Junior Entrants"),

  1. You will need to:

(a)   create a design for a poster which is suitable to be printed on UK A3, A4 and A5 paper, based on one or more of the themes listed below,  for the promotion of information security awareness in the work place (the "Design"); and

(b)   submit the Design with your full name, address and email address, together with confirmation of the Theme(s) that your Design is based on, whether you are an Adult Entrant or Junior Entrant, by email to competitions@cybersecuritychallenge.org.uk  or by post to Cyber Security Challenge, PO Box 27001, London SE18 9JP. If submitting by email then please put Poster Competition in the Subject Line of your email.


  1. The Promotion opens at 09.00 hours on Tuesday 10th September 2013 and closes at 17:00 hours on Monday 21st October 2013 (the Promotion Period”) and only Entries received by or on behalf of the Promoter during the Promotion Period will be accepted into the Promotion.


  1. There is one prize to be won in each Category as follows:

(a)   Adult Entrants – One pair of Tickets to BMT, plus one (1)  box set of McAfee Home Protect,

(b)   Junior Entrants – One pair of Tickets to BMT plus one (1) x Apple iPad Mini [16GB],

Our thanks to DISA & Field Fisher Waterhouse for their generous support. Additional Prizes donated by Context Information Security.


  1. Viruses & Malware
  2. How to use passwords
  3. Social engineering - blagging
  4. Using your home computer
  5. Using social media
  6. Working outside the office
  7. Sending and receiving emails
  8. Using faxes
  9. Waste papers, confidential paper bins, shredding and similar

For full terms and conditions please register on our website.


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