Cybersmart Awards 2013

Whether it’s shopping, banking, playing live games, studying,
using social networking sites, sending emails, checking the
news, streaming movies, dating, working, checking
sports scores, job hunting, house hunting or booking
holidays, we’re all using the internet more and more
in our everyday lives – and rightly so! It’s an
incredible resource. We just want to make sure everyone
is using it in the safest possible way.

The ESET CyberSmart Awards is the UK’s first competition
to recognise individuals and organisations up and down
the UK that are working on projects to keep people secure
online – meaning we can all enjoy the benefits of the Internet
in a safe way. Nominating yourself is very easy, just click here.

The awards, in association with The Daily Telegraph – and supported by
the UK Safer Internet Centre – offer a chance to win funding for a new or existing online safety project.

The Prizes

Twelve regional entrants from around the country will be shortlisted by a public vote, with the overall winner being decided by our prestigious panel of judges.

There’s a £5,000 grant for the deserving winner, as well as £500 funding for second and third prizes. Best of luck!

2nd - £500 funding 1st - £5000 grant 3rd - £500 funding