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Vietnam to train 100 Internet security experts for Cuba

Thursday, April 03, 2014, 17:35 GMT+7
Vietnam to train 100 Internet security experts for Cuba
A woman showcases a Bkav Internet security product at a releasing ceremony on May 7, 2013

Vietnamese cybersecurity company Bkav Corporation will train 100 Internet security experts for Cuba in the next three years, the firm announced on Monday.

The training program will feature in-depth contents, including network security system design, hacker prevention, examination of Internet security loopholes, and virus attack protection.

Some contents will be provided online while other training will be given at Bkav in Vietnam.

The corporation will supply all travel and accommodation expenses, materials, textbooks, and teaching aids to the Cuban learners.

Bakv has just granted 5,000 copies of the Bkav Pro Antivirus Software to Cuba.

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