A new study of the online content viewing behaviour of Vietnamese consumers has found that 60% access streaming piracy websites or torrent sites.
DNP Water, a subsidiary for water solution under the Dong Nai Plastic Construction JSC., has launched a new mobile application in collaboration with Thuyloi (Water Resources) University in Ho Chi Minh City for real-time forecast of water and salinity levels in…
The National Cyber Security Center said it has discovered and foiled a number of attempted cyberattacks on Vietnamese government portals by the China-linked Cycldek hacker group.
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Related agencies and telecom providers say information technology infrastructure for handling Covid-19 vaccine passports will be ready next month.
Government has established research unit to develop regulatory framework for digital assets
Ignoring warnings from experts as well as previous scams, thousands of Vietnamese have been drawn to a new cryptocurrency called Pi.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has made use of digital platforms to catch the attention of travellers and promote tourism in the country, it was announced on Tuesday.
Amnesty International said it has found that a hacking group known as Ocean Lotus has been staging more spyware attacks on Vietnamese human rights activists in the latest blow to freedom of speech in the communist-ruled country.
The Lunar New Year, ‘Tet’ in Vietnamese, is the most important celebration in the country. This year’s festival on 12 February was accompanied by much uncertainty as Vietnam was hit by a third COVID-19 outbreak just days prior.
The Ministry of Public Security has proposed fines of up to VND80 million ($3,475) for intentionally revealing personal information online.
Despite only a brief internet history, Vietnam has embraced its digitization as few countries have – and now it is having trouble keeping up
Group is known for its robust, custom-made malware. IT firm says the link is a mistake.
Facebook has accused Vietnamese hackers of spreading malicious code and stealing user information from its platform.
Cybersecurity investigators at Facebook have traced a hacking group long suspected of spying on behalf of the Vietnamese government to an IT company in Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security has warned of a spyware app that is capable of stealing important information from Android phone users and appropriating their property.
Ngo Minh Hieu, a convicted hacker who once stole the personal information of 200 million Americans, has recently been recruited by Vietnam’s National Cybersecurity Center (NCSC).
Vietnam’s Fintech startup ecosystem has grown significantly between 2017 and 2020, according to a new report. There were 44 Fintech-related startups in the country in 2017 and now there are at least 123 financial technology firms, Fintech News Singapore confirmed.
Facebook has removed 290 fake accounts in Vietnam so far this year, making the country top in number of account cancellations.
Social media giant habitually obliges regime’s censorship whims while looking away from the rising number of jailed ‘Facebookers’
Vietnam has threatened to shut down Facebook in the country if it does not bow to government pressure to censor more local political content on its platform, a senior official at the U.S. social media giant told Reuters.
Vietnam’s government is adopting blockchain technology on a national level.
Vietnam is showing the greatest improvement among regional societies. The country has made a swathe of digital enhancements within a short time window
Telecom giants Viettel and Mobifone have received licenses to commercially test 5G broadcast in Vietnam’s two largest cities.
Vietnam plans to bring the number of 2G subscribers to under 5 percent by 2022 so that it can stop this service and push the development of higher-technology cellular networks.