Student Winner

Daniel Cockburn-Evans from University of East Anglia, UK

Open class Winners

There is no open class winner this year.

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 2021/2022.

The process

For the Open Category, email your entry directly to Adrian.Winckles@aru.ac.uk, paul.stephens@canterbury.ac.uk and copy to Margaret.ross@bcs.org.uk, 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, paul.stephens@canterbury.ac.uk and copy to Margaret.ross@bcs.org.uk, 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 13 July 2022 (BST). Results will be announced before the end of August.

The winners will receive engraved medals and a certificate.

Rules of the competition

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 13 July 2022 (BST). Results will be announced before the end of August.