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Michael St. Neitzel, Sunbelt VP of threat research and technology, described VIPRE MX-V at the University of Florida Information Technology Security Awareness (ITSA) Day this week. It was the first public demonstration of the MX-V behavioral detection technology used inside Sunbelt’s VIPRE Antivirus + Antispyware.

ITSA in Gainesville was attended by professional IT workers from the University Florida as well as those from education government and business in the area.

Michael MX-V

Video here.

Video editing by Alex

Tom Kelchner

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