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3 Cartoonish Halloween Costume Illustrations (RUSH!)
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The average enterprise has 40 million security vulnerabilities--weak spots in their networks and on their devices that can be exploited by hackers and malware. But only 2-5% of these vulnerabilities will ever be exploited. Kenna provides solutions that help companies determine which vulnerabilities to focus on, so they can prioritize the weaknesses that put them at the greatest risk.
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THIS IS A RUSH JOB, so please reply only if you can dash out some illustrations by 4 pm Eastern on Thursday, Oct. 23. Thanks! We're writing a blog that suggests some fun Halloween costumes for cybersecurity professionals. We want to illustrate 3 of those ideas--drawings of people wearing these costumes. That's where you come in. Most of all, we're looking for humor. The costumes should look ridiculous, and the illustrations cartoonish. Here are the concepts: 1. BlueKeep. BlueKeep is a worm, so we'd like the person to wear a giant blue worm costume. Perhaps something like the photo provided, or maybe a funnier version if you find one or think of one. And blue, of course. Just a big blue worm. 2. Emotet. Emotet is a Trojan horse so we'd like to see an emo girl in a horse costume. Or an emo horse costume. There are two kinds of costumes like this…one where you place your legs in the back…. (see photo)...and the centaur style. (see photo) The goal is for it to be funny, so I’m not fully certain which will play better. That I’ll leave to you. 3. FruityArmor. Picture a dude in a banana suit, wearing some armor and holding a shield. On the banana is an "I :heart: PowerShell" tattoo. (Heart being the heart emoticon.) Have him wearing some armor. Maybe he’s got chain mail over his chest and armor on his arms and legs. He could be wearing the helmet even under the suit. So not a full suit of armor (he’s a banana, after all, and they don’t make armor for bananas), but enough to get the armor part down. The shield should have a message on it: "BuggiCorp 4ever" (see banana costume pic) These costumes are merely to get your creative juices going. By no means do I expect you to render them the very same. The goal is to draw something that looks ridiculous. Humor is hard, we know. But you can do it!
Feel free to google these three names (BlueKeep, Emotet, FruityArmor) to see if you pick up any ideas that will make us laugh. (Laughing is good!) And again...these photos are for conceptual suggestion only.
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