Students can Enter Cyber-in-a-Box School Video Challenge

Oct 13, 2022

Wyoming middle and high school classrooms or homeschoolers are encouraged to create new video content promoting public cybersecurity awareness for the Cyber-in-a-Box library program.

The Cyber-in-a-Box School Video Challenge offers teachers (or parent sponsors) $50 – $100 for supplies, and offers teams of up to five students (grades 6-12) t-shirts for entering the Challenge.

Cybersecurity is a community issue. In 2021, Wyoming citizens reported losses of over $10 million dollars (FBI Internet Crimes Complaint Center) for less than 600,000 people in the state. These losses are for our communities and we need to have conversations about being more security aware.

In creating the videos, the Challenge connects education objectives involving technology, computer science, communication, teamwork, and social behavior while enhancing community cyber-health and cyber-safety practices.


  • Registration open through November 30, 2022
  • Video deadline March 1, 2023
  • Judging completed March 30, 2023
  • Virtual Premiere April 20, 2023, at 2 p.m. MDT

Contest details

The Cyber-in-a-Box library program was developed by the Wyoming CAN (Cybersecurity Action Network) Committee and implemented by the CyberWyoming Alliance and the Wyoming State Library, both members of the CAN committee. This year’s video challenge was made possible in part through support from Microsoft and ISI Wyoming.

For a list of the suggested topics for videos or for questions, contact the CyberWyoming Alliance at

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