Cybercrime Forensics specialist group poster competition 2021
The theme for this competition is to produce a poster on: 'Cybercrime Forensic Issues and Future Developments'
Student Winners 2021
- Winner: Georgios Lampropoulos from International Hellenic University, Greece
- 2nd place: Dawn Hewitson from University of Central Lancashire, UK
- 3rd place: Ian Margrain from University of Sussex, UK
- Highly Commended: Ralph Neede from Anglia Ruskin University, UK
Open Class Winners 2021
- Winners: Ryan Jordan & Denise Tineghe
There are two categories
1. Open, for all BCS members, whether in the UK and Overseas, submit your idea either as an individual or as a group (must contain at least one BCS member, including the BCS membership number).
2. HE students, studying as undergraduates or post-graduates, whether full or part-time in 2020/2021.
For the Open Category, email your entry directly to Adrian.Winckles@aru.ac.uk, email@example.com and copy to Margaret.firstname.lastname@example.org, with 'BCS Cybercrime Forensics comp - Open', in the subject line, with your name(s), city and country, and BCS membership number.
For the HE Student Category, entries from the educational establishment should be submitted in one file by a member of staff, to Adrian.Winckles@aru.ac.uk, email@example.com and copy to Margaret.firstname.lastname@example.org, with 'BCS Cybercrime Forensics comp - Student', in the subject line, with the name of the educational establishment, city and country.
Competition entry deadline for all categories is 12:00 (noon) on Wednesday 31 July 2021 (BST). Results will be announced before the end of August.
It is planned that the winning entry will receive the Denis Edgar-Nevill engraved award and other winners will receive engraved medals and a Certificate.
For both the Open and the Student Categories
- For all categories entries may be either from an Individual or a Group.
- Each entry should comprise a single poster pdf file, containing images and text written in English;
- Each member or group is allowed to submit up to 2 entries;
- All entries must be free from any copyright, potential legal limitations or other issues that might cause offence
- Entries from outside the UK are to be encouraged
- For the student category entries should be collated by a member of staff for the establishment (not necessary to be a BCS member), who would aggregate the entries and email them to us as a single file.
- Each academic establishment may submit up to 15 entries for each competition; it is left to the points of contact to sift down to this limit, if more than 15 entries are submitted to them.
- After the deadline, entries will be assessed by a panel and the results published on the BCS Cybercrime Forensics SG website, including the name of the winners and their educational establishment for the student competition.
- The judges’ decision is final.
- Competition entry deadline for all categories is 12:00 (noon) on Wednesday 31 July 2021 (BST). Results will be announced before the end of August.