The digital transformation has made the cybersecurity market in Vietnam more attractive, leading to the establishment of more cybersecurity companies in the country.
Opswat, a provider of critical infrastructure protection cybersecurity solutions, recently opened a critical infrastructure protection lab in Ho Chi Minh City.
This is the first center of the U.S. company in Asia, proving its increased focus on growing its presence in Asia, including Vietnam.
Many start-ups in the cybersecurity sector have been also founded in Vietnam, including Smart Cyber Security, which offers digital transformation services in cybersecurity.
Vietnam National Cyber Security Technology Corporation (NCS) has supported large financial groups and organizations, banks as well as key units in Vietnam in cybersecurity.
In September last year, NCS was the first unit to detect zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server.
Vietnam has emerged as one of the leading countries in Southeast Asia in the digital economy development pace.
However, some five percent of cyberattacks worldwide originated in Vietnam, according to a study by cybersecurity firm Kaspersky.
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