In its 27th year, the annual Virus Bulletin International Conference (VB2017) will be one of the cybersecurity events of the year.
In Madrid, Spain, more than 400 delegates from around the world will attend VB2017.
From 4-6 October 2017, the world’s leading IT security experts - from academia and vendors to non-profits and mega corporations - will gather to share their expertise, ideas, research, and predictions.
VB2017 will offer three full days of cutting-edge presentations, debates, and panels that cover all aspects of the global threat landscape.
Just some of the many highlights of the programme include:
Registration for the 2017 Virus Bulletin conference is now open.
VB2017 is expected to reach maximum capacity early. Please book now to avoid disappointment.
(Note: In order to comply with Spanish VAT laws we are obliged to charge 21% VAT on all conference tickets (with the exception of tickets purchased by Spanish companies providing their Spanish VAT number during the billing process). Under the EU 8th Directive VAT system, EU companies can submit Spanish VAT recovery applications through online portals operated by their own national tax authority. Where there is a tax reciprocity agreement under the 13th VAT Directive between Spain and their home territory, non-EU companies may also be able to reclaim the Spanish VAT charged.)
Qualify for a discount? Contact Allison at Virus Bulletin for assistance.
The 2017 Virus Bulletin conference will be held in Madrid, Spain hosted at the brand new Novotel Madrid Center hotel.
The Novotel Madrid Center hotel is offering discounted room rates to VB2017 delegates.
Problems making a hotel booking?
Contact Allison at Virus Bulletin for assistance.
(* Availability cannot be guaranteed after 1 Sept 2017.)
There are several attractive sponsorship opportunities for VB2017 at Platinum, Gold and Silver levels, as well as a number of exhibition packages.
For details of sponsorship opportunities please contact Allison Sketchley by email or call +44 1235 544034.
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John Alexander, Senior Information Security Engineer, Mayo Clinic
“A great way to keep up with what's happening in the anti-malware industry.”
John Aycock, Associate Professor, University of Calgary
“Not all Security events are created equal – the Virus Bulletin Conference remains one of the few places to find deep, accurate, and above all actionable information that can help your organization defend itself from malicious code today.”
Richard Ford, PhD, Chief Technology Officer, Forcepoint
“I've been attending the Virus Bulletin conference for over 20 years. The reason? There is no better place to be if you want to learn more about the attacks that cybercriminals are launching against companies, and to meet the people who are developing the security software that defends us. If you don't attend VB you're not just missing a great conference, you're putting your company's defences at a disadvantage.”
Graham Cluley, Computer Security Expert, grahamcluley.com
“This is my favourite conference to attend each year. The content is superb, the networking is bar-none, the organizational aspects are well-polished, you walk away better educated; overall a highly beneficial experience. I love how Virus Bulletin conference brings deep technical talks for researchers but also offers useful information for the enterprise defenders, and then you have small-talks where you can have more intimate and deep conversations with the best security experts in the world.”
Jeannette Jarvis, Director, Intel
Virus Bulletin is a security information portal, testing and certification body with a formidable reputation for providing users with independent intelligence about the latest developments in the global threat landscape.
In its 27th year, the international Virus Bulletin conference is cited by many as the IT security event of the year.
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