Celebrating the NTX CyberSafe Contest Winners

First and foremost, we would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to all the students and sponsoring staff who participated in this remarkable cybersecurity awareness campaign. Each and every submission was fantastic, showcasing the exceptional talent, creativity, and dedication of the participants.

Nevertheless, the top videos in the CyberSafe contest have truly captivated audiences with their innovative approaches and exceptional viewer engagement. Through a combination of likes, shares, and overall engagement, these videos have proven to be true standouts, showcasing the creators' creativity and ability to educate and inspire.

The engaging storytelling, thoughtful addressing of important cybersecurity topics, and relatable characters have made the top videos exceptional. These finalists have not only raised awareness but have also left a lasting impact on the Region 10 community.

Congratulations to all the finalists for their outstanding contributions to cybersecurity education and awareness. We are excited to see what the future holds for these talented creators, as their efforts have undoubtedly made a significant difference in the lives of those they have reached. Here are the top three winners. 

NOTE: We will contact all of our participants to verify student names in order to recognize all of their efforts in this campaign!

2024 School PSA Video Contest 

Region 10, Crime Stoppers of North Texas, the FBI Dallas Citizens Academy Alumni Association (CAAA), and the FBI’s Society of Former Special Agents have partnered to host a Public Service Announcement (PSA) video contest for high school students across Region 10. The 2024 #CyberSafe campaign aims to educate the public about the seriousness of internet safety, bring awareness to the real harm students can experience, and amplify student voices on public safety issues.

In addition to educating school staff, students, and community members about what "Threats to Life" look like in the everyday home, neighborhood, and school, the campaign also seeks to inform students and the public about the severity and repercussions of these actions as well as how to ask for help and report unsafe/harmful online encounters.

The teams' PSA submissions should address one, some, or all of these campaign focal points:

Important Dates

Official Rules

NOTE: Upload finished video here: https://forms.gle/Q9X2vXZWsj33rCSw7