Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has signed a decision to appoint Mr. Nguyen Thanh Lam as new Deputy Minister of Information and Communications.
According to a plan of the Ministry of Information and Communications, all agricultural production households operating on e-commerce will be trained in digital and business skills on e-commerce platforms.
The move by Vietnam's Ministry of Public Security is essential as it is the personal information protection that shows respect for the right of each person.
“Every revolution only creates opportunities for a few countries to make a breakthrough to become developed countries, and for a few universities to become top-tier schools,” said Ministser of Information and Communication Nguyen Manh Hung.
The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has said it plans to deal with telecom waste and continue large-scale inspections of junk SIM cards.
The new regulations of the MIC may affect the policies and assets of private businesses and foreign-invested enterprises in Vietnam.
Vietnam aims to have around 50,000 IT and electronic and telecommunications companies, of which 10 large companies will have revenues of at least US$1 billion each.
The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) recommends that people watch out for strange calls and do not send any money or provide personal information to strangers over the phone.
The concept of digital transformation has become clearer during the Covid-19 crisis.
An e-government evaluation system will be launched in July 2020.
The PM has directed the MIC to urgently propose simpler and faster procedures to the auction of the 4G band.
If the government puts the new 2600 MHz frequency band up for auction, it will be able to collect VND6-8 trillion, a significant amount of money in the context of Covid-19 which is threatening economic growth.
Over 50% of the Vietnamese population does not have a payment account at banks, therefore, mobile money would offer a non-cash payment method for a large base of customers.
Vietnamese-made social networks are struggling to regain the Vietnamese advertising market from giants Facebook and YouTube.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc hailed comprehensive progress in the information and communications sector this year during its conference in Hanoi on December 28.
Vietnamese media could be falling behind the relentless march of technological development and need to catch up soon, said Information and Communications Minister Nguyen Manh Hung.
The drastic measures applied by state management agencies and the appearance of new business models promise to create a healthy online game market that is sustainable and legally compliant.
Vietnam has a number of computer emergency response teams (CERTs), but they are not connected and are unprofessional.