a School Video Challenge

About Cyber-in-a-Box

Cyber-in-a-Box is an annual school video challenge. CyberWyoming will provide each team of 5 students $50-$100 for equipment (or pizza) and t-shirts! (Note that the amount each team gets depends on our fundraising efforts.) The program is for Grades 6-12. The expected learning objectives and skills (besides cybersecurity topics) are:

2024-2025 school year Topic:

Exploring Connected Devices in the Energy Industry

Brought to you by grant funding from the Idaho National Lab!

Why a Video Challenge?

Cybersecurity is a community issue. In 2023, Wyoming citizens reported losses of over $13 million (FBI Internet Crimes Complaint Center) for less than 600,000 people in the state. These losses are for our communities and we need to have conversations about being more security aware.  When families discuss the wireless router’s password at the dinner table, we will know we have been successful!

Check out this video from 2021-2022 by Rawlins Middle School.


Donate Now! $1000 gets your company’s name on the t-shirt!

Teacher Q&A and Challenge Topic Information

How it Started

In collaboration with the Wyoming State Library and the Wyoming CAN (Cybersecurity Action Network) Committee, the Cyber-in-a-Box School Video Challenge was developed. Using videos made by professionals or students, it includes a monthly canned 10 minute program designed to be distributed at local libraries to increase cyber safety in Wyoming communities.

If your organization would also like to increase cyber safety awareness, contact to get a copy of the program.