Infosec 2004: When Viruses, Trojans, Spam and Hackers meet

04 Mar 2004
Business News

Culham Innovation Centre, UK

Kaspersky Lab announced today that it will be demonstrating its award-winning information security technology that protects users from all types of malware, spam and hacker attacks on stand 552 at this year's Infosecurity Europe, 27th -29th April 2004, Olympia, London. Nokia will also have a presence on the stand and visitors will be able to talk to Nokia about the latest version of the Nokia Message Protector, which includes the Kaspersky Anti-Virus engine as a primary antivirus solution.

In addition, Eugene Kaspersky, the world-renowned antivirus researcher and founder of Kaspersky Lab, will be presenting 'When Viruses, Trojans, Spam and Hackers meet - which way would you run?' on Wednesday, 28th April 2004 at 15:30, Seminar Room One. The presentation examines at the current trends in virus propagation and considers what might happen in the future.

Presentations will also be given by data security expert Costin Raiu throughout the day on Kaspersky Lab Stand (552). Costin has published many papers and talked all over the world on data security and virus issues, providing a unique insight into antivirus research. He is a member of the Virus Bulletin Technical Advisory Board and provides his services as an incident reporter to The Wildlist Organization International.