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World Famous Virtualization Security Experts to discuss VirtSec

Who will participate?

Facilitator: Larissa fair (StackSafe)

Moderators: Me, Kris Buytaert and Joe Pendry (Stack Safe)

Security Firms:

BlueLane
- CTO
CatBird - CTO
Reflex Security - CTO
Chris hoff - Unisys Security Strategist
Microsoft - Could not make time due to short notice.
Research Firm Nemertes - Founder & CEO

Due to shortage of time, we were unable to invite:

VMware
IBM
Sun
Citrix
etc

But we'll surely have a sequel to the meeting!

StackSafe is facilitating the call and you will soon hear the discussion coming up soon on the web. We'll do this on 4th June 2008 (coming Wednesday)

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