Cyberheroes Take Home HP Laptops
Pictured above, left to right: Michael Barrett, FSU Vice President and Chief Information Officer; Benjamin Goodrich, tablet winner; Dawn Miller, Hewlett Packard Company Client Executive; Jeff Norcini, tablet winner; Philip Kraemer, FSU Information Security and Privacy Training Coordinator. Not pictured: Dana Wheeler, tablet winner.
Three individuals at Florida State University went home with new laptops last week. And the winners—Dana Wheeler, Benjamin Goodrich and Jeff Norcini—each know a thing or two about how to keep their new device secure.
The laptop giveaway was organized by Information Technology Services (ITS) to promote National Cyber Security Awareness Month and encourage individuals to make smart decisions online. FSU students, faculty and staff were invited to play the Cyberhero game to test their cybersecurity savviness and be entered for a chance to win one of three HP Chromebook 13 laptops. The laptops, donated by Hewlett Packard (HP) in support of Florida State University’s cybersecurity initiative, were a welcomed reward to the winners.
Though the contest is over, the Cyberhero game is still open to play for fun: cyberhero.its.fsu.edu.