The logo and branding of your security business can have a big impact on how people view your service. So your logo must be created or include such symbol or icon that can easily and efficiently describe the business.
This post we’ll showcase 57 different examples of creative and well-designed security logos. These logos feature a variety of designers and cuisines. You’ll find logos with a wide variety of styles and approaches.
As you may have guessed the logo using some simple security symbols like shield, padlock, finger print, robot guard, dog, wolf, lion, so it look impressive and help people understanding your company in a perfect way.
If you are searching for security logos as inspiration and ideas, I hope this article will be useful to you. It should serve its purpose considering that you have here some of the best security logo designs.
Best Security Logos for Inspiration
Shield Logo Concept by Sean Heisler
SQID 2 by Sean Heisler
A second concept for SQID logo (SQID is a team that produces security related software elements)
Filefort by Mark Forge
Colorado Cyber by FreelanceLogoDesign.com
Safebear by Type08 (Alen Pavlovic)
ST Watches by Type08 (Alen Pavlovic)
Cleared Path by Type08 (Alen Pavlovic)
Logo mark = fingerprint meets maze meets sonar with the letter C in the center.
American Systems Cyber Security Center of Excellence by FreelanceLogoDesign.com
Syncle by Type08 (Alen Pavlovic)
J Shield by Type08 (Alen Pavlovic)
Cyber Reliant Brand by Bill S Kenney
GS Monogram by Alex Tass
GS monogram + globe icons + scanning radar, logo design symbol for a digital product focused on website security and security monitoring.
Eagle by Eduard Kurgi
Howling Wolf Shield by Daniel Bodea
Wolf-Shield Logo Concept
Trinity Eight by FreelanceLogoDesign.com
Lion + Shield Security Logo by Alex Tass
A lion on a shield, a serious face lion wearing sunglasses, created for the logo design symbol of a security group.
SSG security monogram logo by Alex Tass
Logo design proposal for SSG, a security related project: monogram showing a padlock / locker lock.
Sword & Shield Logo by Aditya Chhatrala
Drawer/Shield by Jan Meeus
Nobreach by Luis Lopez Grueiro
Approved logo for no breach a cyber security company doing application security.
Lionbull by Luis Lopez Grueiro
Shielf of Hearts by FreelanceLogoDesign.com
Mel Logo by Bhanu Jain
Playing with the letter ‘m’ and a hexagon, for a company in the home security and home automation sector.