Yesterday, the Ministry of Public Security, in cooperation with the VN Business Forum (VBF) and the VN Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), hosted a dissemination conference on Decree 53/2022/ND-CP on Government Cyber Security Law on 15 August 2022. Did.
About 500 representatives of more than 300 domestic and foreign organizations and companies participate in the conference
Lieutenant General Nguyen Minh Trih, Director General of Cyber Security and High-tech Crime Department (A05 – under the Ministry of Public Security), said the purpose of this meeting was to implement Decree No. 53 by issuing appropriate instructions and answering the following questions: to improve the efficiency of this decree.
Lieutenant Colonel Trieu Manh Hung, Deputy Director of A05, presented an overview of the current cybersecurity and high-tech crime prevention situation in Vietnam. His report also explained the decree’s terminology and introduced the requirements and responsibilities of organizations, businesses, and individuals to comply with cybersecurity laws.
At the conference, there were many questions from domestic and foreign organizations, companies and individuals regarding data storage of service users in Vietnam, domestic and international business types required to store data, methods and forms of data storage. rice field.
Lieutenant Colonel Trieu Manh Hung, Deputy Director of A05, gives a speech at the conference
In related news, the Ministry of Information and Communication yesterday held a meeting to summarize the results of electronic information activities in 2022, along with the orientation for next year.
The Bureau of Broadcasting and Electronic Information (under the Ministry of Information and Communications) has reported that 2022 will see a breakthrough in the fight against cross-border social network law violations. As a result, these platforms must now be up to 92% faster to clear and stop harmful information spreading over their networks.
In addition, there will be increased oversight of cross-border advertising activity and the elimination of electronic information websites that act like official press sites.
In the near future, the Ministry of Information and Communication will submit a draft Decree amending Decree No. 72/2013/ND-CP to the Government for approval. This new statute adds a set of regulations to combat electronic information websites that act like legitimate news sites. This includes disapproving the licenses of popular electronic news sites and social networks with misleading domain names such as news sites, verifying the identity of social network users, cross-border platforms containing unhealthy information stop.
At the same time, the Ministry of Information and Communication will release a whitelist of useful news sites and a blacklist of harmful information sites.