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Kids Safe Online Cybersecurity Awareness Poster Contest

The State of Minnesota and the Multi-State Information Sharing & Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) are hosting the annual Kids Safe Online Poster Contest in partnership with Minnesota IT Services (MNIT) Department of Education (MDE) and the Department of Human Services(DHS). Children and young adults are at risk online every day. Whether it is cyber-bullying, unwanted attention, or someone trying to obtain personal information or pictures, online safety is a topic that can’t be ignored. The popular contest encourages Minnesota’s youth to use the internet safely, securely, and engages them in creating messages and images to communicate to their peers the importance of staying safe online.

Winners will be featured in the 2019 MS-ISAC calendar, which is sent to schools across the nation. Have their poster proudly displayed on the MNIT website.

Suggested Topics

  • How should you treat others online?
  • What information is safe for social media?
  • How should you handle unwanted attention from strangers online?
  • How can you create strong passwords?
  • How can you handle cyber-bullying?
  • How can you preserve your online reputation or “digital footprint”?
  • Importance of keeping your devices and software up to date.
  • What information is safe to text?

How to Submit

Please download the Submission form for complete contest rules and instructions on how to submit your artwork. All entries must be submitted with the completed form by January 5, 2018.

The contest is open to all students in Kindergarten through 12th grades within the State of Minnesota.

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2017 Minnesota State and National Poster Winner

“Be Careful What You Post”

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