Trend Micro "What's Your Story" Competition
By Charlie Brown
Software security manufacturer Trend Micro is calling on young filmmakers and artists to tell their "digital success stories" and promote online privacy in Australia's inaugural 'What's Your Story' competition. The theme of this year's content is "On the Go".
Entrants aged between 8 and 12 are asked to create a poster, and those aged between 13 and 18 are asked to create a two minute video. All posters and videos should highlight the positive ways mobile devices and the internet have impacted their lives.
Internet security is an issue I consider very important, and it is great that Trend Micro are helping to educate our youth on this topic. The more ways we assist young Australians to use the internet in a positive manner, the better. As such, I am very happy to be part of the judging panel, along with representatives from Twitter, Yahoo and the Department of Communications. I can't wait to see all the kids' stories about their love of the web.
The winners of each category will receive an iPad Air (Wi-Fi, 16GB), $500 cash and a Trend Micro Maximum Security Pack (5 Devices for 12 months).
The competition closes on the 13th of July. To learn more, submit an entry or read the terms and conditions, visit the "What's Your Story" website.