VB2020 localhost videos available on YouTube

Posted by    on   Jan 8, 2021

Today, VB has made all VB2020 localhost presentations available on VB's YouTube channel, so you can now watch – and share – any part of the conference freely and without registration.

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The VB2020 / Live track playlist contains the three live broadcasts presented by our host Angela Lamont, each of which features seven presentations and live Q&A with the speakers.

Meanwhile, the VB2020 / On-demand track playlist features the 38 presentations that formed the VB2020 on-demand programme.

Finally, the VB2020 / Threat Intelligence Practitioners' Summit playlist features the eight presentations brought to you by our co-host the Cyber Threat Alliance.

The full programme, downloadable conference papers, presentation slides, speaker information and more can be found on the VB2020 localhost website.

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