The Virus Bulletin conference is being held in Denver, Colorado, next month. And they have a controversial guest…
The world’s leading malware researchers are heading to the Czech Republic for the most important event of the year – the Virus Bulletin conference.
Would you believe an anti-virus vendor doesn’t care if it doesn’t find some malware, just so long as it can look better in independent speed tests?
As one anti-virus vendor is named for cheating in independent detection tests, another is said to be in the spotlight for deliberately manipulating performance tests – and potentially introducing a security risk.
Congratulations to Virus Bulletin, the journal of the anti-virus industry, which is celebrating its 25th birthday today… and entering a new era.
Virus Bulletin, the anti-malware industry’s annual conference, wasn’t just about the excellent technical talks and opportunities to network with the smart folks behind most of the world’s anti-virus products.
There were also opportunities to have some fun in Berlin…
Security researchers looked at over 800,000 apps available for download from the Android and iOS App Stores – and were depressed to find that many were being reckless with users’ privacy and security.
Everyone who is anyone in the anti-malware industry will be meeting in Berlin next week for the 23rd Virus Bulletin International Conference.
Christopher Soghoian gave the keynote presentation at the VB2012 conference in Dallas, exploring the growing industry in selling details of exploitable vulnerabilities to the highest bidder.
Free speech or weapons in need of regulation?
The Virus Bulletin conference is told about the investigation into a modern malware-writing gang.
But with only two of the cybercriminals sentenced, was justice really done?
Sophos performs well in a comparative test by Virus Bulletin of 69 different anti-virus products.
Virus Bulletin charts how well 20 different anti-spam products perform – plotting catch rate against false positives.