Our corporate logo is an important part of our brand. It represents our identity and is a valuable piece of intellectual property.
Letting other companies use our logo can give the impression that we favor or endorse them. In some situations, it can even mean we have legal liability.
So we're very careful with its use.
To request use of our logo, use the request tool. The process is easier if a Cisco employee sponsors your request, so please talk with your Cisco contact first.
We have created special logos for partners and education programs. You'll find information on those logos below.
This section provides an overview of the logos available for use with our various partner programs. If you are a partner company looking for guidelines specific to your use of these logos, please refer to your partner or program agreement.
Access templates, logos and other resources for Learning Partners, Channel Partners, and Solution Partner Program logos.
For information only. To download the relationship logos and usage guidelines, please Visit Partner Branding page to download your company’s relationship logo and guidelines.
Individuals who have received specific training and certification from Cisco can use these logos as personal identifiers.
Generally speaking, Cisco does not grant permission for use of its corporate logo to third parties. However, there are a few exceptions. This section provides details on those exceptions as well as some guidelines and rules regarding the corporate logo.
Be sure to report suspected misuse of Cisco intellectual property, such as logos, trademarks, and copyrighted material.