VB2020 localhost is over, but the content is still available to view!

Posted by    on   Oct 6, 2020

VB2020 localhost - VB's first virtual, and entirely free to attend VB conference - took place last week and was a great success, with over 2,700 registered delegates from 84 countries around the world.


If you missed it, don't worry, the content is still available to view.

You can rewind and watch the three live broadcasts, each of which features seven presentations and live Q&A with the speakers, and there are more than 40 presentations available in the on-demand library as well as eight presentations in the Threat Intelligence Practitioners' Summit (TIPS), brought to you by our co-host the Cyber Threat Alliance.

To view all the content, simply register at https://vblocalhost.com/registration/ and follow the links in the registration email.

For those who tuned in last week, we would like to thank you all for coming along for the ride on our first journey into hosting an online conference, as well as a huge thanks to all the speakers, partners, the incredible tech team at Acorn AV and the wonderful host of the live show, Angela Lamont.







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