Wednesday, December 19, 2007

[ News, Science / Tech, November 28 2007] Computer virus experts to gather in Seoul to discuss cooperation

Experts on computer vaccine programs will gather in Korea this week to discuss and exchange opinions on how to cope with the growing threat from viruses and vicious codes in cyberspace, a local tech company said Wednesday (Nov. 28).

The international conference will kick off in Seoul on Thursday for a two-day run with over 300 computer vaccine programmers and cyber security specialists on hand, Ahn Lab Inc. said.

The conference will be held by the Association of Anti-virus Asia Researchers, a non-profit organization, which was established in 1998 to promote ties among Asian countries to protect users from viruses. Ahn Lab, known for its virus vaccine program V3, is one of its founding members.

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