VB2014 - Seattle

VB2014 Seattle, 24-26 September 2014

VB2014 - the 24th Virus Bulletin International Conference - will take place 24-26 September 2014 in Seattle, WA, USA.

Click here to read why you should attend VB2014.

Programme

Click here to see the programme for VB2014, complete with abstracts for each paper.

(A call for last-minute papers will be issued in early August 2014, with the last-minute papers due to be announced shortly before the conference.)

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Registration costs are as follows (prices in US dollars):

  • Early Bird rate prior to 30 June 2014: $1705.50
  • After 30 June 2014: $1895
A discounted rate of $947.50 is available for bona fide educational institutions and charities (please contact us for details). Group discounts are also available - please contact us for details.

Registration is now open.

Venue

VB2014 will be held at The Westin Seattle hotel.

The Westin Seattle is offering VB2014 delegates a preferential discounted accommodation rate of $189 per night for the duration of the conference week. Hotel bookings can be made via this link.

(Please note that the VB2014 conference rates at the Westin Seattle can only be guaranteed for bookings made before 9 September 2014. After that date the conference rate will be offered at the hotel's discretion and depending on availability.)

Sponsorship and exhibition

VB is offering an attractive range of sponsorship opportunities for VB2014 at Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsorship levels.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of VB2014 or exhibiting at the event please contact us for more details by emailing conference@virusbtn.com or calling us on +44 1235 555139.

VB2014 is sponsored by the following organizations:

Platinum sponsors:

ESET Qihoo 360 Security Labs
HP avast!

Gold sponsors:

Microsoft

Silver sponsors:

LynuxWorks OPSWAT
Bitdefender Cylance

Sponsor of drinks reception and delegate Internet services:

Microsoft

VB2014 is supported by:

(ISC)2

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