A study on the 5G market in Southeast Asia found that Vietnamese mobile network operators could increase their revenue by $300 million a year, commencing from 2025, by providing 5G services.
The Authority of Information Security made a request that all state offices, organizations, and businesses urgently scan and uninstall any possible malware released by a large-scale Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) attack to VN'S cyber space.
On October 29, 2019, in Hanoi, the Ministry of Information and Communications in collaboration with the Central Vietnam Youth Union held a press conference to introduce the "Exchange Day for Young Journalists, Youth and Students of Vietnam - Cambodia Border Provinces in 2019”.
On October 29, at the headquarters of the Ministry of Information and Communications, Deputy Minister Phan Tam received Mr. M.V. Mamonov, Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communication and Mass Communication of the Russian Federation and the delegation on the working visit to Vietnam.