National Cybersecurity Essay Competition: Results Announcement
We are thrilled to unveil the results of the National Cybersecurity Essay Competition, where participants from across the nation passionately contributed their thoughts and insights to advance the cause of cybersecurity awareness. Our esteemed panel of judges meticulously evaluated each essay, and their commitment to this crucial endeavor is commendable.
Despite the competition’s success, we regret to inform participants that some essays were disqualified due to non-compliance with the rules:
- Double Entries: A few submissions were disqualified because of double entries from the same participant. We kindly remind all participants to adhere to the rule of submitting a single, unique essay for future competitions.
- Empty Files: Regrettably, some entries contained empty files, which made evaluation impossible. We encourage participants to double-check their submissions to ensure they contain the necessary content in future competitions.
- Language Requirement: Some submissions were not in English, which was the specified language for this competition. We urge participants to adhere to the language requirements for future competitions.
- Inaccessible Files: Inaccessible files posed a challenge during the evaluation process. To avoid any complications in the future, we recommend confirming the accessibility and readability of your files.
Congratulations to Our Winners!
Our judges have completed the evaluation, and it’s time to celebrate our remarkable winners. Here are our top-performing participants:
We congratulate all participants for being champions of cybersecurity awareness. Your unwavering commitment and dedication to creating a safer digital world for all are truly commendable.
View Your Scores
We understand that every participant eagerly anticipates their scores. You can access the scores for all participants in the competition below.
Thank you for your active participation, and we look forward to your continued support in future cybersecurity initiatives.