Events

Greetings from Ottawa

Hello from rainy Ottawa, which is hosting the annual Virus Bulletin Conference.

This time, the conference is a bit more important for us, as there’ll be no less than three Kaspersky presentations over the two next days.

David Emm kicks off the conference with the first presentation in the corporate stream, on the Malware Ecosystem. (http://www.virusbtn.com)

The day after tomorrow, Andrey Bakhmutov (http://www.virusbtn.com) will talk about tracking botnets that send spam in real time. And Darya Gudkova (http://www.virusbtn.com) from our Spam Lab will take the stage to provide a view on the russian spam factories.

The full program along with short abstracts for each speech can be found here: http://www.virusbtn.com

Greetings from Ottawa

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