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Vietnam to increase cyber security capacity

The National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) has just signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with global cyber security company Kaspersky Lab to implement solutions for domestic online security challenges and expand the cyber security capacity of the Vietnamese Government.
Contestants join a rehearsal on cyber security resolution held by the Vietnam Computer Emergency Response Team in Hà Nội. Việt Nam will conduct a project on cyber security supervision following approval from Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc. — VNA/VNS Phot

e-Gov’t focuses on cyber security

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a project on supervising the cyber security of IT services and systems that form the foundation of e-Government operations.
IoT devices are the aim of cyber-attacks

Camera, sensor, and IoT devices in Vietnam vulnerable to cyber attacks

Newly released statistics from Kaspersky show that in 2017 there were around 3 cyber-attacks per second globally. What is more, Vietnam is classified as being highly exposed to hacking risks, and 2018 is predicted to witness a boom of intentional security attacks when the country determines to build a smart city with many cameras, sensor and Internet of Thing (IoT) devices.

Cyber security becoming urgent issue in Vietnam

Cyber security becoming urgent issue in Vietnam

Just like other countries in the modern world, Vietnam is significantly affected by complicated and rapid changes of cyber security. These changes have posed risks and challenges to each individual, organization, and company. They even issue dire threats to national security.