Brakeing Down Security
Close: 20 April 2018
Winning entry by ... ADRIANUS
Our name is a play on Bryan’s last name, “Brake”. Please view this page to get an idea of what we are looking for:
There are some flaws with this logo, for example the lack of a name. And with the addition of another podcast in the family, Brakeing Down Incident Response, we tried to get a second logo to match however we need one artist to do both logos so that they will be in the same style.
For all intents and purposes, he really just needs a little upgrading. The artist should be willing to contract a second image of a Spartan similar to this: https://www.imfsecurity.com/podcast
Information Security is basically protecting companies from hackers. We talk about cyber defense and also hacking. The theme of both podcasts is that we want to teach all our listeners as much as we can about a topic. These are learning podcasts, so our goal is that if you listen, you will learn more about the information security field and hopefully find take-aways to apply at your job/career.
We want something recognisable and potentially striking, unique, and in shades of blue (red is seen as offense and blue is for defense — we focus more on defense).
Having many different colors should be avoided because this would be replicated on stickers, shirts, hats, posters, etc. With more than a few colors on a t-shirt it could get ugly and expensive.
Our audience is world-wide and contains people in IT, students interested in security, hackers, cyber defense professionals, people interested in getting into the cyber security industry, and those wanting to find a better job in security and ultimately advance their careers. We are not security guards, we are in general and for lack of a better term, hackers; the good hackers. Our job is to keep private data out of the hands of criminals, and keep the companies that we work for from making the latest breach report in the news.
Logosauce Standard Final Art Requirements: Vector artwork in Pantone SPOT, CMYK, RGB and BW versions. Files should be saved in Adobe Illustrator .ai or .eps file formats with all strokes converted to objects and fonts pathed/outlined. Other file formats may be acceptable in exceptional circumstances.