Vietnam has one of the best human resources in this world to become a cybersecurity powerhouse, says information minister.
Vietnam continues to be one of the countries with the highest number of detected online infections, according to Kaspersky Security Network data.
VOV.VN -Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has affirmed the Vietnamese Government’s willingness to encourage foreign enterprises, including Microsoft, to expand their investments in Vietnam while hosting President of Microsoft Asia and Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Corporation Ralph Haupter in Hanoi on January 16.
Vietnam and Russia have agreed to work together in building up e-government and cybersecurity.
VOV.VN - Judicial assistance in criminal matters and the activities of the Vietnam-Australia Joint Transnational Crime Centre (JTCC, and considering the possible upgrade of this centre into a task force were tabled at the the first Australia-Vietnam Vice-Ministerial Security Dialogue held in the Australian capital of Canberra over December 11-12.
The Vietnamese government has insisted that regulations requiring foreign service providers such as Facebook and Google to establish branches or representative offices in Vietnam is justified and in line with international standards.
Vietnam is developing digital banking, but vulnerabilities in cybersecurity remain a barrier to growth.
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh said Vietnam and the US should enhance cooperation at regional mechanisms while receiving a delegation of the Subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific and International Cybersecurity Policy of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee in Hanoi.
Vice Chairman of the National Assembly (NA) Do Ba Ty had a meeting with the Chairman of the Subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific and International Cybersecurity Policy of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Cory Gardner, in Hanoi on May 28.
The 32nd Summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Singapore concluded with success on April 28.
EY’s Global Banking Outlook 2018 shows that 85 per cent of banks name the implementation of a digital transformation programme as a business priority for 2018.
VOV.VN - The prerequisite condition for the development of the digital economy is an assurance of the protection of the rights of privacy and personal information, say experts.
Ho Chi Minh City is calling for foreign investors, including those from the United States, especially in addressing salt intrusion and flood and turning waste into energy, in order to serve the city’s rapid and sustainable development.
A conference themed “Cybersecurity 4.0: Facts and Incentives” is going to take place in Hanoi on January 18 to provide the latest facts about information safety in the world and Vietnam.
The Vietnam Computer Emergency Response Team has ordered all cybersecurity units at State agencies, enterprises and banks from the central to the local level to guard against the CoinHive malicious code.
As cybersecurity has become more important than ever in today’s connected world, local authorities are taking steps to protect national and personal security.
VOV.VN - Officials from the Japanese Prefecture of Aichi and Ho Chi Minh City signed a Memorandum of Understanding and Friendship on April 4 reaffirming their commitment to develop joint projects and share hi-tech research.
The number of approved visas for Vietnamese students to study in New Zealand in the past 12 months rose by 15% compared to the same period last year, according to Education New Zealand (ENZ), New Zealand’s government agency for international education.
Participants at a conference on governmental cybersecurity heard an urgent message: ensuring information security for each Governmental body is essential, especially as Vietnam is developing an e-Government infrastructure.
ESET®, a global pioneer in proactive protection for more than two decades has recently released the ESET Vietnam Cyber-Savviness Report 2015 showing that users in Vietnam have low cybersecurity awareness and do not take adequate preventive measures, which could make them vulnerable to cyber threats.