Electronic transactions and online payments in Ho Chi Minh City are gradually becoming popular; even those who previously did not know about technology have now had to get used to it. This achievement is gained thanks to the digital transformation process of enterprises and business households.
Conducting transactions online in Industry 4.0 has become so familiar with many people that they consider this method the most popular choice to purchase merchandise instead of the traditional ways of visiting markets or supermarkets. This calls for appropriate legal corridors to protect consumer rights in such virtual transactions.
Information security on smart devices is a global critical matter as there are more and more people using these devices for their daily operations. In Vietnam, as citizens are gradually accustomed to using smart devices for online shopping, distance working and learning, online public services, the identification and prevention of cyber-attacks from these devices have become a top priority these days.
Understanding the effectiveness of blockchain technology in different aspects of life, the Government has issued Decision No.100/QD-TTg/2019 about traceability, including the use of blockchain technology, and Decision No.2117/QD-TTg/2020 about applied technologies in the field of digital technology in order to boost the development of the blockchain market in Vietnam.
The Criminal Police Department (C02 – under the Public Security Ministry) yesterday released a warning that citizens not let their citizen ID card, bank account borrowed, rented, bought, or pictured by strangers without a valid purpose.
The Ministry of Public Security (MoPS) has announced that recently fraudulent activities to appropriate property have become more complicated and sophisticated, especially frauds on the cyber space. This has severely affected the public safety and security in general.