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BKAV’s CEO Nguyen Tu Quang is inviting fans of BPhone, a flagship product of the group, to invest in the group, promising a high interest rate of 10 percent and money equal to the principal.

Bkav CEO elected chairman of AI Development Committee

BKAV's CEO Nguyen Tu Quang has become chairman of the newly established Artificial Intelligence Development Committee of the Vietnam Software and Information Technology Services Association.

BKAV introduces low-cost Bphone A40, A50 and A60

The three products are priced between VND4.5 million and VND6.5 million, affordable for most consumers.

BKAV develops new form of Covid-19 test, uses sodium chloride solution

CEO Nguyen Tu Quang of BKAV Group said that the company has developed a Covid-19 test that only requires a person to gargle with salt water (sodium chloride 0.9% solution).

How much do Vietnamese businesspeople spend on their 'passions'?

Doan Nguyen Duc, chair of Hoang Anh Gia Lai Group, and Nguyen Tu Quang, CEO of BKAV Corporation, each have spent VND100 billion a year over the last two decades on their respective passions.

Data stealing spyware VN84App attacks mobile users in Vietnam

Cyber security corporation Bkav yesterday released a warning about spyware VN84App that is currently aiming at Vietnamese mobile users. 

Qualcomm launches first R&D facility in region in Hanoi

Qualcomm Vietnam Company Limited has launched a new research and development (R&D) facility in Hanoi.

Data stealing spyware rears head in Vietnam

VN84App, a spyware capable of penetrating smartphones and stealing personal user data, has emerged in Vietnam.

Made-in-Vietnam Bphone failed to get Google's certification

BKAV's smartphone Bphone B86 failed to reach Google's Play Protect certificate due to Google's demand that at least a million devices be sold each year.

Computer viruses cause $902 million in damage to Vietnamese users

Computer viruses caused estimated losses of VND20.9 trillion ($902 million) to Vietnamese users last year, much higher than the 14.9 trillion VND reported in 2018, reported Bkav Technology Group.

Personal information can be easily exploited in Vietnam in illegal way

The Cyber Security Law strictly prohibits firms doing business on technology platforms to sell clients’ personal information.

Vietnam pursues ‘Southeast Asian Silicon Valley’ dream

“After 30 years of doing outsourcing, Vietnam now has basic conditions to shift to R&D and create technology products,” said PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc at Make in Vietnam, a national technology firm development forum held in Hanoi some days ago.

Vietnam needs 15 years to become a powerful country: BKAV CEO

VietNamNet Bridge - After in-depth study of philosophy and space science, CEO Nguyen Tu Quang says he has found the key for Vietnam to become a powerful country after 15 years.

Cybersecurity solutions for small businesses: an untapped market

Cybersecurity solution providers are mostly targeting large corporations, ignoring small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), which are also facing security problems.

Standards needed for smart homes

‘Smart homes’ are becoming a new trend in Vietnam’s housing market, however experts say that standards for ‘smart’ projects are needed.

CEOs confident about Vietnam’s ability to make technological products

Vietnam is capable of becoming a technological product manufacturing base if companies receive government support, experts say.

Vietnam warned of security challenges during digital transformation

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese institutions and businesses are expected to benefit from digital transformation, but will face challenges to protect their data.

Pre-Tet, high-end smartphone prices plummet but old models remain popular

VietNamNet Bridge - Retailers have slashed the prices of many smartphone models, but sales are still going slowly in the peak sales season of the year.

The future of the security solution market

VietNamNet Bridge - Continued cyberattacks are prompting banks, finance institutions, online sale websites and public businesses to spend more money on security solutions.

Vietnamese still entertain ambition of making mobile phones

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese businesses are still pursuing ambitious plans to make mobile phones and compete with foreign giants in the home market.