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    Status regarding Budapest Convention

Status regarding Budapest Convention

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Cybercrime policies/strategies

Further to the “Digital Information Security Development Project to 2020”, the Prime Minister's Decision No. 898 of May 27, 2016 ratifying the “Network Information Security Plan 2016-2020” provides for more specific tasks to be achieved during the period 2016-2020.

The new guidelines that have been emphasized revolve primarily around the following areas: reinforcement of the cooperation with the private sector and the role of Vietnamese companies in the domestic information security market; and enhancement of critical information systems security and cyber resilience capacity.


Specialised institutions

A dedicated cybercrime unit was created by the Ministry of Public Security in 2004, under the Economic Police Department.

VNCERT – Vietnam Computer Emergency Response Team.

The Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) are responsible for national cyber security and cybercrime policy.

Jurisprudence/case law

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