Eugene Kaspersky To Address the Global Community in His Keynote Speech at the Virus Bulletin-2001 Conference

14 Feb 2001
Business News

Virus Bulletin-2001Cambridge, United Kingdom, February 15, 2001 - Virus Bulletin, the most respected international publication for computer virus prevention, recognition and removal has announced that Eugene Kaspersky, Head of Anti-Virus Research for Kaspersky Lab, is to be the keynote speaker for the 11th annual international Virus Bulletin 2001 conference.

Introduced for the first time in September 1989, today the Virus Bulletin conference has become the world's premier event for professionals involved in providing enterprise-wide computer security services, anti-virus experts and journalists and analysts specialising in virus-related topics. The conference's main objective is to maintain communication within the community of anti-virus specialists and to encourage their large corporate customers from all around the world to join forces in fighting against computer viruses. Thematic, audience-specific presentation streams at the Virus Bulletin conference stimulate specialist activity between the world's leading anti-virus experts and other attendees, helps to develop new anti-virus technologies and delivers hot tips to customers, along with trustworthy information about the modern trends in computer virology.

The honour of being chosen to present the keynote speech is offered only to those prominent anti-virus experts who have made major contributions to the development of anti-virus technologies and helped users around the world in preventing the virus threat. "We are very excited about the opportunity to address the global community with a keynote speech at the Virus Bulletin conference. We also appreciate the Virus Bulletin's high estimation of our contribution to anti-virus industry efforts to save the world from the computer viruses," said Eugene Kaspersky.

This year the Virus Bulletin conference will take place in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, on Thursday 27th and Friday 28th September 2001. All concerned parties are invited to join the event. More details are available here.