The event has attracted the attention of the information security community nationwide -- with the Internet and telecommunications industry booming, the issue of security is becoming increasingly important.
The bootcamp will incorporate activities to help share knowledge and practices, while also providing training on safety, security and confidentiality.
Security Bootcamp 2017 will draw the participation of prestigious speakers in information technology, such as Nguyen Minh Duc (founder of CyRadar), Cao Nguyen Viet Hung (co-founder and vice president of HCM City’s Information Systems Audit and Control Association), “virus killer” Truong Minh Nhat Quang and Vi Minh Toai (CISSP, CISM, CEH), as well as blogger Le Trung Nghia and experts from technology companies, including VNG Corporation and Vietnam Computer Emergency Response Teams.
Experts will be accompanied by delegates and guests, and specific discussions will be held on cloud security issues, advanced persistent threat (APT), strategies for the development of information security and safety, and technology trends in information security and safety systems, as well as computer network security techniques and techniques to exploit security holes.
Security Bootcamp 2017 consists of two major activities -- a two-day conference for experts from enterprises, research institutes, universities and associations and a two-day training session for students who have knowledge of computer networking and are interested in information security or confidentiality.
The event is organised by the Vietnam Internet Association in collaboration with the Khanh Hoa Department of Communications and Information and the Khanh Hoa Informatics Association.
The first Security Bootcamp was held in 2012 in Ba Ria Vung Tau province’s Vung Tau City with the goal of creating a high quality technical forum to help professionals across the country connect and share the latest knowledge and experiences in the field of information security.