The Brunei Computer Emergency Response Team (BruCERT) honoured 11 students from Creative Computing Programme Area, School of Computing and Informatics (SCI), Universiti Teknologi Brunei's (UTB). These students were recognised for creating informative videos that promote online safety awareness.

The awarded students, all from BSc (Honours) in Creative Multimedia course, and their respective video topics were: Amni Mardhiah @ Amni Nasuha Mohammad Alli (Smishing), Nur Syahirah Hj Fadzil (Social Media Impersonation), Nada Hasna Nazahah (Online Grooming), Abdul Alim Muhammad Yamin (Cyber Bullying), Muhammad Aiman Bazli Hj Jasni (Online Grooming), Ak Mohammad Ikhsanudin Rahman Pg Hj Norahalim (Juice Jacking), Nia Faziathul Sureya Hj Ghani (Smishing), Mohammad Ali Taufan Sembara @ Muhammad Ali Safwan Yussof (Dangers of Online Gaming), Dayang Nur Rahmah HjAwang Zulkifli (AI-Generated Images), Ak Amir Reduan Pg Haslan (Cyber Bullying), and Abdul Hadi Shukor (Dangers of Online Gaming).

Yang Mulia Dr Ena Kartina Hj Abd Rahman, UTB's Assistant Vice-Chancellor (Academic) were present as the guest of honour and had the honour to present the cash prizes sponsored by BruCERT. Representing BruCERT were Yang Mulia Mohammad Azad Zaki Haji Mohd Tahir, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer at ITPSS Sdn Bhd and Yang Mulia Maryam Rosli, Senior Administrative Officer at Cyber Security Brunei (CSB). Also present were Yang Mulia Dr Sharul Tazrajiman bin Haji Tajuddin, Dean SCI, Yang Mulia Ms Yeo Sy Mey, Acting Deputy Dean SCI, Yang Mulia Awang Ibrahim bin Dris/Edris, Programme Leader for Creative Computing Programme Area and Yang Mulia Dayang Noor Deenina binti Haji Mohd Salleh, Lecturer for Creative Computing Programme Area.

The videos were created as part of the module (Emotions Engineering) assessment, being taught for the BSc (Honours) in Creative Mulmedia and BruCERT have graciously shared the topics for the assessment. A total of 47 videos were submitted this year. The videos will then be showcased in BruCERT's nationwide public awareness campaign and broadcasted on national television.

The annual collaboration between UTB and BruCERT, since 2017, aims to raise awareness about online safety concerns while sharpening students' video production skills. It also encourages creativity and provides an opportunity for students to showcase their work at a national level.