21 organisations partner with VB2019

Posted by   Martijn Grooten on   Aug 29, 2019

Three months after we announced the first 14 partners and supporting organisations for VB2019, the 29th Virus Bulletin Conference, seven more organisations have signed up to support the event.

We welcome Avast and Kaspersky as Gold partners.

 

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Meanwhile, Endgame, Intel and Qihoo 360 have joined as Silver partners.

 

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Microsoft has joined as the early morning caffeine hit partner.

 

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And Avira has joined the supporting organisations.

 

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This means a total of 21 organisations have signed up as partners and supporters of the Virus Bulletin Conference. Not only is this a record for VB, but the wide range of organisations demonstrates how broad this industry - and the VB Conference itself - has become.

Don't forget to register to book your place and join us in London for the most international threat intelligence event of the year!

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