Vietnam Cybersecurity – Threats and Resolutions

While digital transformation is accelerated across all sectors in Vietnam, Covid-19 and the rising demand for remote work has prompted even greater needs for data protection, within businesses and organisations. Furthermore, Vietnam recorded more than 3900 Cyber Attacks in the first 7 months of the year 2021, equating to it being placed at No.25 out of 194 countries. There were around 718 cyber attacks that were reported in June, according to NCSC data. In May, Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung issued Directive No 22/CT-BTTT on strengthening the prevention and combat of violations and crimes on the Internet. With the digital economy expected to reach US$52 Billion by 2025, there needs to be a strategic security plan put in place to cope with the amount of data the population is consuming.

This session, “Vietnam Cybersecurity – Threats and Resolutions”, will be the first installment of our series tackling the issues that digital transformation in Vietnam faces. Join us to hear top technology and business leaders in Vietnam discussing new threats in the digital environment/wastewater and share in-depth solutions to optimize the application of modern technologies in digital transformation.

Time: 4PM – 5PM October 6th, 2021
Register now: https://cybersecurity.w.media/vietnam-cybersecurity-threats-resolutions/ 

Vietnam Cybersecurity – Threats and Resolutions

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