VB2013 programme announced

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Apr 11, 2013

Exciting range of topics to be covered at VB conference in Berlin this October.

The VB conference selection committee have been busily assessing more than 150 proposals submitted for this year's VB conference and have now made their final selections.

The more than 30 industry experts on the selection committee were tasked with reading, assessing and scoring each of the abstracts submitted and, after careful consideration, a programme has now been drawn up that covers many of today's most pertinent security-related topics:

  • Mobile malware
  • Banking trojans
  • Phishing & spam
  • Java exploits
  • AV testing
  • Pentesting
  • Law enforcement
  • and more...

Just a small selection of the highlights includes:

The full programme, including abstracts for each paper, can be viewed here.

A little closer to the conference (in August-September), a call for 'last-minute' papers will be issued - with the aim of these sessions to present emerging material that is as up-to-the-minute as possible at the time of the event.

Read more about why you should attend VB2013 - and download our letter templates as a guide for justifying to your budget holder why you should attend VB2013.

VB2013 takes place 2-4 October 2013 in Berlin, Germany - online registration is now open - we'd love to see you there!

Posted on 11 April 2013 by Helen Martin

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