Partner with VB2018 for extra visibility among industry peers

Posted by   Martijn Grooten on   Mar 8, 2018

Preparations are under way for VB2018, or to give it its full name, the 28th Virus Bulletin International Conference – it truly is a global event, attracting speakers and attendees from all over the world.

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If 'peer-to-peer' didn't already have another meaning, it would be well suited to describe the VB conference: it is here that security professionals meet their peers and build up the personal and business relationships that are so essential in the world of cybersecurity.

This is often why companies decide to partner with the VB conference: not only does it link them to a successful and well-established event and allow them to meet some potential clients, it also makes them very visible to their industry peers, thus allowing them to build connections that will last well beyond the three-day event.

Partnership opportunities also come with a number of free conference tickets, so if you were going to send some of your researchers anyway, why not explore the partnership options and get in touch for our information pack - email us on conference@virusbulletin.com.

Speaking of those researchers, you did tell them that we have a call for papers open right now, with a deadline of 18 March, didn't you?

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