First six VB2016 sponsors announced

Posted by   Martijn Grooten on   Feb 17, 2016

While VB2016, the 26th Virus Bulletin conference, is still more than nine months away, preparations for the event are well under way. Hopefully you will already have seen the call for papers - some interesting proposals are coming in, but there's plenty of room for more, so make sure you get your submission in before the deadline (18 March). 

Today, meanwhile, we are delighted to announce the first six sponsors of the event.

Virus Bulletin conferences have always received generous backing from organizations keen to be associated with the event and to lend their support. Happily, this year is proving to be no different.

We are proud, therefore, to announce that the first six sponsors of VB2016 are as follows: platinum sponsor ESET, gold sponsors AVG and Tencent, and silver sponsors OPSWAT, Qihoo 360 and Cylance.

There are still some sponsorship opportunities available, so should you be interested in supporting the conference please contact Allison Sketchley:





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