Noting that information security (ATTT) businesses are well aware of their responsibilities to the country, with the digital transformation process, a representative of VNISA also affirmed that ATTT businesses are committed to being ready to take on big problems if the State accepts them. trust entrusted.
An important, inseparable factor in digital transformation
On November 25, the Vietnam Information Security Day 2021 International Conference and Exhibition themed “Information Security in Digital Transformation – Challenges and Solutions” was organized by the Vietnam Information Security Association (VNISA) in collaboration with the Department of Information Security, the Ministry of Information and Communications. office. This is the 14th time the event has been held and the first time to take place online, with the main bridge in Hanoi.
Mr. Nguyen Thanh Hung, Chairman of VNISA, said that Vietnam is one of the developing countries, which has soon built and issued the National Digital Transformation Program to 2025, with orientation to 2030. In order to convert digital into Public security, information security needs to be paid special attention, must be considered as an important and inseparable factor in the digital transformation process.
“The speeding up of the argument will also pose many challenges for agencies and businesses in ensuring information security, requiring the information security community to jointly identify and propose effective solutions in the field of information security. implementation process”, VNISA President shared.
|Minister Nguyen Manh Hung called for the cooperation of all parties to ensure a safe and healthy cyberspace in Vietnam.|
In the orientation speech of the workshop, Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung emphasized: To be safe, you must be aware of insecurity; The higher our sense of insecurity, the safer we will be. To be safe, digital technology must be used more, because it is through use that the problem is revealed and from there the system is perfected.
“Developed countries are more resilient because they used it earlier, the problem was exposed earlier, and their systems were perfected sooner. Taking the lead in using digital technology and always paying attention to information security is the right approach.”, said the minister.
The Minister also stated that if you want to be safe, you must accept risks, must cooperate internationally, make the national digital transformation safe, have security products Make in Vietnam, and digital platforms are in development stage but has collected personal data must be treated as a platform is in use – try to be real.
Vietnam will honor the Top 50 security experts with many contributions
Along with that, according to the Minister, to be safe, all national software and digital platforms must be safely developed, evaluated for safety and used safely. Safety must be present in every step, from development to evaluation and to use. Not to be taken lightly at any stage. All these stages must comply with information security standards.
The Department of Information Security of the Ministry of Information and Communications must issue these standards and organize the evaluation. The Ministry of Information and Communications has proactively added one more step, Bug Bounty – calling on experts to continue to detect security holes after the software has been put into use. Every year, Vietnam will honor the Top 50 security experts who have contributed to detecting security holes of national digital platforms.
|World security expert Mikko Hypponen said that operators and service providers have an important position to provide security services to people.|
Regarding the products of ATTT Make in Vietnam, the Minister pointed out: Protecting Vietnam is best with Vietnamese weapons and the Vietnamese way. Whether Vietnamese people feel safe in digital transformation depends on Vietnamese digital platforms with high security and the protection of Vietnamese information security enterprises.
“The Vietnamese government believes in Vietnamese information security businesses and will give businesses big problems. In the near future, in the first meeting, the National Committee on Digital Transformation will officially assign some problems to information security enterprises.”, said the minister.
Affirming that regular and continuous communication on information security to all people and organizations is a prerequisite for ensuring information security, the Minister analyzed: “In the real world, every house has a door and a lock, in the digital world, each access device, each person’s data store must also have a door and a lock. But for this small thing to become everyone’s daily habit is a long way of awareness and the important role of the media.”.
Information security enterprises are ready to accept big problems
From the perspective of the state management agency in the field of information security, Mr. Nguyen Thanh Phuc shared challenges and solutions to ensure information security in digital transformation, digital government, digital economy and digital society.
Specifically, on the basis of awareness of existing problems in ensuring information security for the digital government, digital economy and society, Mr. Nguyen Thanh Phuc shared about a series of solutions that have been and will be implemented such as: 100 % of information systems implementing the plan to ensure information security by level right from the testing step; Require software development personnel with information security skills;
100% of ministries, branches and localities annually organize at least 1 combat drill; building a system to reproduce cyber attacks and collect digital evidence; digital platform publicizes personal data protection policy; ICT enterprises implement secure software development process (DevSecOps), develop terminal protection applications, weekly warning list of fraudulent websites…
|The exhibition with nearly 30 virtual booths took place throughout the day of November 25.|
With the information security business community, representatives of VNISA businesses are well aware of their responsibilities to the country, to the digital transformation process, and are committed to being ready to accept big problems in information security if they are trusted and entrusted by the Government. water.
In 2022, VNISA will continue to coordinate with ministries and sectors to deploy activities to honor and promote security products and services Make in Vietnam, promote the development of high-quality human resources in information security, and supplement information security services. supplement digital safety skills for young digital citizens…
In the immediate future, VNISA will deploy a number of practice-based standards, including assessing businesses that have the ability to test and assess information security, and assess information security on a number of popular application platforms, such as Invoice platforms. electronic. In particular, in order to have an objective view of society’s digital trust, the Association will deploy a survey program on user trust and trust with important digital platforms of domestic enterprises…
Parallel sessions of 3 seminars, 1 seminar on the topics “Ensuring information security for digital transformation”, “Ensuring information security for technology platforms in the period of adaptation to the Covid-19 epidemic” in Vietnam Nam”, “Ensuring information security for data and online transactions” and “Ensuring information security for technology platforms to prevent and adapt to the Covid-19 epidemic”, within the framework of the event, an exhibition will also take place. online with nearly 30 booths introducing advanced information security technology solutions of domestic and foreign enterprises.
Minister Nguyen Manh Hung speaks at the Vietnam International Information Security Day 2021 Conference and Exhibition
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