In the evening of October 5, at the meeting hall of Wynn Hotel in the centre of Macau S.A.R, the awarding ceremony of 6Th APICTA is solemnly held. Dr Pham Van Sang and Dr Pham The Long are developers of NSSP. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese product of Non Standard Security Portal wins a gold medal in APICTA 2006 Award.
Third party information security policy
In Hanoi, on December 22, the Vietnam's Ministry of Information and Telecommunication has officially announced the 10 highlights events in information and communication of the year 2010. 1. The Prime Minister approved the project on turning Vietnam into an information technology (IT) and communication power On September 22, 2010, the Prime Minister approved the project on turning Vietnam into an information technology (IT) and communication power. The project is believed to create an important breakthrough in applying IT, while focusing on five most important issues 1/ developing IT labour force 2/ developing the broadband telecommunication infrastructure 3/ popularizing informatics 4/ applying IT and 5/ building up the IT-communication market. … [Read more...] about The 10 information and communication highlight events of the year 2010
Better provision of social security and welfare is always a major policy and task of our Party and State which manifests the fine nature of our regime and guarantees the political and social stability and sustainable development of the nation. In order to introduce essential contents of the draft 2011-2020 socio-economic development strategy, next to the article on "Fast and sustainable development is the standpoint throughout the socio-economic development strategy of our country", Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung writes an article on social security and welfare. E-Communist Review has the honor to post this important article of the Prime Minister. … [Read more...] about Better provision of social security and welfare is a fundamental contents of 2011-2020 socio-economic development strategy
Over the last 60 years, the Vietnamese Government has amended and further developed its policy on war invalids, fallen combatants and other revolutionary contributors. Their communities have taken good care of them and they themselves have strived forwards. Particularly, during the renewal and international integration process, this policy has been institutionalised and reformed to take an important position in Vietnam's social security and welfare policy system. Sixty year ago on July 27, 1947, President Ho Chi Minh signed a decree on the disability pension for wounded soldiers and the widow's pension for mothers and wives of war martyrs. Since then, July 27 has become the day for the nation to commemorate and show their gratitude to the martyrs and war invalids who sacrificed their lives and contributed to the cause of national liberation and reunification led by the Communist Party of Vietnam. This demonstrates the nation's humanitarian traditions and morality and the … [Read more...] about Giving preferential treatment to revolutionary contributors – a major policy of the Vietnamese Party and State
VietNamNet Bridge - Protecting internet users’ personal information remains a problem in Vietnam as current laws do not mention the issue, according to Nguyen Quang Dong from the Institute for Policy Studies and Media Development (IPS). Businesses must not provide customers' information to third parties On November 10, the National Payment Corporation of Vietnam (NAPAS) signed a cooperation agreement with Alipay, a subsidiary of Alibaba. The draft of the Cyber Security Law, compiled by the Ministry of Public Security, has not satisfied experts because the provisions cannot ensure the legal benefits of institutions and citizens in cyberspace. The draft of the Cyber Security Law, compiled by the Ministry of Public Security, has not satisfied experts because the provisions cannot ensure the legal benefits of institutions and citizens in cyberspace. RELATED NEWS Cyber law balances security, information freedom Draft cyber security law … [Read more...] about Legal loophole could cause personal information to be sold to foreigners