Domestic cybersecurity products on the rise in Vietnam


Employees seen going through the paces at a cybersecurity set-up in Hanoi. The Vietnam's Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) announced on Sunday (Jan 5) that there were 52 Vietnamese cybersecurity products in 2019. This was double the number in 2018 and triple that in 2017. - VNN/ANN

HANOI: The Vietnam's Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) announced on Sunday (Jan 5) that there were 52 Vietnamese cybersecurity products in 2019. This was double the number in 2018 and triple that in 2017.

The MIC said it granted new licences to 38 cybersecurity firms, bringing the total number of licenced firms to 84 in 2019, an increase of 82.6 per cent from two years ago.

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