CeBIT 2011

Hello everybody from CeBIT, one of the most important IT events in the whole world hosted in the nice city of Hannover.

Such an important event deserves our best, so as much as five virus analyst have been around mostly helping press understand some of the emergent threats we are facing today. You can follow our Roundtable on Corporate Malware Trends here.

However I would say what attracted everybody to our booth was the impressive Ferrari F1 in it!

Also an amazing emulator was available for you to try beating Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa. As a side note I would say I totally failed.

CeBIT 2011

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