Imogen Wins National Cyber Security Poster Competition
Imogen Faulconbridge (15) of Blessed William Howard Catholic High School has won a national competition to design a poster for the National Cyber Security Challenge She was presented with her prize, an i-pad mini, at the British Military Tournament at Earls Court, London in December.
This nationwide competition had two categories, under 16s and adults (over 16s). Each entrant had to design and create a poster to promote information security awareness in the workplace.
Imogen’s work was submitted by her school as part of her course work for IT. The judges gave her excellent marks for both creativity and the message she was trying to get across. Her winning poster was selected out of over 100 entries and promoted security in chat rooms.
Cyber Security Challenge UK Ltd. aims to bring more talented people into the Cyber Security Profession. Its outputs are in the main provided and managed by sponsors from public and private sector organisations who care about the future of the profession.