Cribl trademarks and brands are considered part of the company’s intellectual property and are valuable assets of the company. In order to best protect our marks, they must be used properly in all forms of documents, advertising, communications, and electronic messages.
When using our trademarks in publications that will be distributed externally,include the ™ (Trademark) symbol at the first use of each trademark in that document and whenever possible, please include the trademark attribution statement (below). Subsequent uses of the same trademark do not need the trademark notation.
Similarly, Cribl and associated marks are all registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.Please use the ® (Registered Trademark) symbol at the first use of each trademark in that document and include the trademark attribution statement. Subsequent uses of the same trademark do not need the trademark notation.
Trademark Attribution Statement
In written copy:
‘Cribl’ and the Cribl Flow Mark are trademarks of Cribl, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. All third-party trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
As with our registered trademarks, copyright notice should be given in each unique piece of content produced by (or for) Cribl.
In written copy:
©20XX, Cribl Inc. All Rights Reserved.
The copyright notice should contain the year the piece is first published; If revisions are made to the materials in subsequent years, the copyright notice should display the year first published followed by a hyphen and the last year the materials were revised. For example:
First Publication: ©2021, Cribl Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Subsequent Revision: ©2021 – 2022, Cribl Inc. All Rights Reserved.