DSS poster contest highlights young artists

The first place winner of the DSS poster contest, Cameron, age 15, is shown working on her poster titled “P@$$w0rd Un$3cur1ty.” Photo courtesy of Audrey C.

As part of this year’s Take Your Child to Work Day activities, the Department of State’s Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) launched a cyber poster contest for all children of Department personnel. Participants from the United States and across the globe submitted posters themed on password security and cyberbullying. The first place winner was Cameron, age 15, who submitted a poster titled “P@$$w0rd Un$3cur1ty.” 

As an aspiring graphic artist, animator and musician, Cameron said, “I feel really happy about winning first place. I love to draw and it’s a good feeling when other people love my artwork.”

All of the posters can be seen on DSS’s SharePoint site on OpenNet. 

Photo courtesy of Audrey C.

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