Cyber Security Expo 2022

The Cyber Security Expo 2022 (“the Expo”) hosted by the Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau (CSTCB) at Hong Kong Science Park on September 17 and 18 has ended successfully. Taking the theme on technology application and cyber security, the Expo provided a series of educational and inspiring activities for the public to promote understanding and awareness of cyber security. The 2-days expo has attracted the participation of over 3,600 students, teachers, parents and technology professionals.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, the Commissioner of Police, Mr Siu Chak-yee noted that the pandemic has accelerated the digitalisation process of the society. He added that while digitalisation has brought a lot of convenience to the daily lives, it also created some pitfalls. In the first half of 2022, a total of about 10,600 technology crimes cases was recorded, representing one-third of the overall number of crimes, with pecuniary loss amounted to HK$1.5 billion. Hence, the Force is committed to boosting the public digital literacy, enhancing their abilities of rational thinking and building a clean and secure cyberspace.

The Expo is the first of its kind organised by the HKPF and supported by 61 government departments, educational groups and technology companies. In addition to 31 exhibition and interactive booths, such as 5G robot show, drone racing and VR games, it also offered a number of cyber security seminars and STEM workshops.

More significantly, two competitions, namely Cyber Security Innovation Challenge and Cyber Security Robotics Competition, were held. Over 150 secondary school students competed for awards with their innovative technology solutions for daily lives and robots. The winners are:

Cyber Security Innovation Challenge

Winner

  • Canossa College
  • Queen Elizabeth School Old Students’ Association Secondary School
  • United Christian College (Kowloon East)

1st Runner up

  • Heung To Middle School
  • Tang King Po School
  • TWGHs Mrs Fung Wong Fung Ting College

2nd Runner up:

  • Bishop Hall Jubilee School
  • CNEC Lee I Yao Memorial Secondary School
  • Ying Wa College 

Best Team Award

  • Concordia Lutheran School
  • St. Stephen’s Girls’ College
  • Yan Chai Hospital Wong Wha San Secondary School

Best Information Security Award

  • Canossa College
  • Queen Elizabeth School Old Students’ Association Secondary School
  • United Christian College (Kowloon East)

Best Presentation Skill Award

  • Bishop Hall Jubilee School
  • CNEC Lee I Yao Memorial Secondary School
  • Ying Wa College
  • Canossa College
  • Queen Elizabeth School Old Students’ Association Secondary School
  • United Christian College (Kowloon East)
  • Christian Alliance S C Chan Memorial College
  • Buddhist Sum Heung Lam Memorial College
  • True Light Girls’ College

Most Active School Participation Award 

  • Queen Elizabeth School Old Students’ Association Secondary School

Cyber Security Robotics Competition

Winner

CMA Choi Cheung Kok Secondary School

1st Runner up:

CMA Secondary School

2nd Runner up

Creative Technology Education Association

Highlights

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