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National Cybersecurity Awareness Campaign Challenge.
Every day Americans are incorporating new and innovative technologies. This exposure has increased our dependence on computers, smartphones and other online resources at home, at work and at school. Our growing reliance on technology, coupled with the increased threat of malicious cyber attacks and loss of privacy, has given rise to the need for greater security of our lives online.
The goal of the National Cyber Challenge is to get the best ideas from organizations and individuals for clearly and comprehensively communicating about cybersecurity with the American public.
A selection committee from across the Department will select the best ideas and will incorporate them into a national public education campaign to be launched in the fall.
The Challenge is open to Americans of all ages with parental consent required for participants under the age of 18.
Key areas that should be factored into your Challenge ideas are the following:
DHS | National Cyber Security Awareness Campaign Challenge
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