VB2010 conference programme announced

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Mar 26, 2010

Schedule for Vancouver security conference announced after bumper crop of submissions.

Following a bumper crop of submissions, the VB2010 conference committee is pleased to announce the programme for VB2010.

Presentations cover subjects including: botnets, cyberterrorism, blackhat SEO, targeted attacks, Mac threats, anti-spam testing, anti-malware testing, in-the-cloud scanning and more.

Later in the year a selection of 'last-minute' technical papers will be added to the programme - these presentations will be selected just three weeks prior to the start of the conference to allow for material that is truly up-to-the-minute.

VB2010 takes place 29 September to 1 October 2010 in Vancouver, Canada. Online registration will open in early April.

Posted on 26 March 2010 by Virus Bulletin

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