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Who are you known as?
DFIR Threat Hunting Summit
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Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We provide Digital Forensics & Incident Response Training Courses that will teach you how to detect compromised systems, identify how and when a breech occurred, understand what attackers took or changed, and successfully contain and remediate incidents.
Our audience is predominantly male and highly technical.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We are looking at designing 2 sides of a Challenge Coin. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Challenge_coin (USE DESIGN TEMPLATE - BLANK COIN)...BUT we would like to make the coin an arrow shape (like the attached image). We want to avoid the arrow looking Native American style, so please make the arrow shape similar to the attached image.
Please include the below on the coin:
Side 1 - "DFIR Threat Hunting Summit Speaker" with the target image (attached).
Side 2 - "Counter Cyber Threat Operations" across the top and somehow incorporate the words "Si Venatione Victoriae". On this side, feel free to get creative. Here are some design ideas:
- Perhaps a ribbon across the coin with that phrase "Si Venatione Victoriae".
- You could play with a background made of 1s and 0s (for binary code)
- Or include a Halo looking sword
- Or include the male and female forensicators from the other coin (attached).
We need to include the "SANS DFIR" text (attached below) somewhere on the coin as well. We gravitate towards darker colors (or just silvers), but are open to other color options as well. I've also attached a few of our other coin designs to show you what we've liked in the past.