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IMPORTANT: Please submit a separate nomination for each award entered. CLOSING DATE: July 15th 2022
CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES: July 15th. The entry criteria are deliberately flexible and the categories wide-ranging to allow as many organisations and individuals to apply and to recognise as much talent in the cyber sector as possible.
Self-nominated entries or third-party nominations are acceptable. For third-party nominations, please supply appropriate contact details with their permission. Upon contact the nominee will be asked for their specific permission to be entered.
Nominations may be accepted in the name of an alias for those entries where national security makes this appropriate. A full forename with surname initial are an acceptable format.
There is no fee to enter nor any limit on the number of entries made.
All nomination details and information submitted will be treated confidentially with access restricted to the organisers and judges only
All finalists will appear on the Awards website and Social Media.
The Judges will review entries individually under the Chair of Nicola Whiting MBE, last years Cyber Citizen of the Year.
Sponsors may also submit nominations or entries which will fall under the automatic review of the Chair of Judges to ensure impartiality.
Finalists will be advised a minimum of 5 weeks before the dinner on 26th September 2022 with the winners announced on the night. A media box and live twitter feed will be operating on the night.
All winners and finalists will receive a free ticket, a certificate and e-badge. Tickets may only be gifted to legitimate persons associated with the nomination.
The closing date for entries and nominations is 15th July 2022.