The 4th Global Security Week security awareness event will run from the 8th until the 11th of September. The theme for this year is “Cybercrime - Don’t become a victim” and we are running a competition where you get to design the logo for this year’s Global Security Week. The winning logo should be based on this year’s theme and should be an original design. A full list of the rules are available on the Global Security Week website. If you win your logo will be used on all the material relating to the event, such as the website, the blog and any publications such as posters and brochures. So this is your chance to get global recognition for your talents. There will also be a prize of a $100 Amazon.com gift voucher for the lucky winner
Global Security Week http://www.globalsecurityweek.com
In conjunction with the launch of this year’s Global Security Week on the theme of “Cybercrime – Don’t Become a Victim”, we are running a competition to select a suitable logo to promote Global Security Week throughout the Internet via this website and those of participating organisations, on banner advertisements and in print through the security and general news media.
Entrants are invited to submit up to three logo designs that represent the spirit, essence and importance of avoiding cybercrime by Friday August 1st 2008.
Please submit your designs as email attachments to:
Please prepare and retain high resolution images (at least 2,000 pixels wide and tall) but send lower resolution versions (no more than 500 pixels wide and tall) by email. If you win the competition, we will ask you for the high resolution version.
The winner will be required to assign copyright in the image, or at least provide a free perpetual license, to GSW.
In addition to worldwide appreciation and recognition, the winning logo will win its designer a $100 Amazon.com gift voucher.
- Item 1... Please prepare and retain high resolution images (at least 2,000 pixels wide and tall)
- Item 2 .. Send lower resolution versions (no more than 500 pixels wide and tall) by email.
- Item 3 ... If you win the competition, we will ask you for the high resolution version.
- Item 4 ...The winner will be required to assign copyright in the image, or at least provide a free perpetual license, to GSW
- Item 5 ...Must contain reference to Global Security Week
- Item 1...