Media Kit

DSCI Brand Guidelines

A brand guideline is a collection of typefaces, colors, rules and tips for the application of your logo and supporting visual style. In DSCI brand guide, or “brand book,” there is section focused entirely on the logo itself: ways it should and should not be displayed, abbreviated and versions of your logo and restrictions regarding the space surrounding it. This brand guide has a list of typefaces available to use and where each would be appropriate. The same goes for colors and any extra artwork you may have: stock photography, illustrations or icons.


DSCI Logo

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The DSCI Logo is simple, elegant and effective. The upper-case letterforms originated because ‘DSCI’ was short for DATA SECURITY COUNCIL OF INDIA’. The brand name is only DSCI. However, the upper-case letters still serve the brand well because they communicate solidity and stature.
In text, the word ‘DSCI’ must be written in upper-case.

LOGO wherever it may be used must follow the guidelines mentioned in the DSCI Brand Guidelines document.

Advertiser Kit

DSCI website acts as the first touch point for all the stakeholders in Data Protection. It enumerates DSCI’s industry wide initiatives and public advocacy endeavors, and provides a common ground for shaping the data protection posture of Indian companies. Through web ad banners, DSCI provides an opportunity to organizations for showcasing their offerings and expertise and reach out to a large audience.