Avast Team, Mar 25, 2020

We know that one of the strengths and attractions of CyberSec&AI Connected is our global speaker panel and our international audience. Which is why, in light of the current situation around the world concerning the Covid-19 (coronavirus), we know we have a serious responsibility to all of our attendees, speakers, partners and event staff.

We are continually monitoring all developments globally relating to Covid-19 and we can assure you that health and safety is our top priority. As CyberSec&AI Connected is taking place in October, and a key component of this year’s conference is people can attend virtually, there is at present no plan to cancel or postpone proceedings.

However, we will, of course, continue to diligently monitor the situation and follow expert advice. If any changes are needed to the planning and logistics of the conference we will inform all interested parties as soon as possible.

We will be communicating any changes to CyberSec&AI Connected across our social channels, website, and email. So please be sure to either sign up to our email newsletter, Twitter, or keep visiting our blog.

In the meantime, we wish you all the very best of health and very much hope that we will all be connected this October.

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