Thank you all for your hard work and dedication during the week-long campaign and making it a success. This cybersecurity career celebration would not have been possible without your engagement and collaboration.
Throughout the week individuals and organizations around the world shared their short videos, pictures, and stories on social media using hashtags #mycyberjob and #cybercareerweek.
The contest kicked off during Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week, but there is still time to participate in the poster contest hosted by Cyber Hero Network and Fortinet.
Do you know of any creative students that might be interested in having an artistic, informative poster of theirs featured in a comic book and showcased at a national level with the opportunity to win money?
Help promote cybersecurity career awareness beyond the week-long celebration giving youth an opportunity to design a poster to inspire and promote awareness of the exploration of cybersecurity careers. The mission: for students to use their creative superpowers showing all the amazing things that a cybersecurity defender can do for the Digital Universe by drawing a picture of a cybersecurity worker that shows what they know about cybersecurity and their work to help answer the question: What does a cybersecurity worker look like?
For more information and guidelines for the contest visit cyberheroescomics.com.
Congratulations to the winners who scored highest in the capture the flag contest focused on careers in cybersecurity. Challenges included areas such as cryptography, networking, web applications, reconnaissance, and more! Over 500 participated in this year’s contest. The winners are….
Save the date and join us during the third week of October
October 17-22, 2022!
Learn more about events and resources in support of
Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week at nist.gov/nice/ccaw.
Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week is led by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education at the National Institute of Standards and Technology.