Vietnam organizes cyber security training for Cuba

July 18, 2019 | 10:13 am GMT+7

From July 9 to 13, 2019, in Havana (Cuba), the advanced cyber security training course was organized by the Ministry of Information and Communications in coordination with the Cuban Ministry of Communications within the framework of the MoU signed in March 2018.


The course is a specific activity of Minister Nguyen Manh Hung's commitment to support ICT capacity for Cuba during Cuba's Minister of Communications Jorge Luis Perdomo Di-Lella to Vietnam in May 2019.

 Experts from leading enterprises in Vietnam including BKAV, VNPT and Viettel were instructors. Participants in the training course were representatives of management agencies, experts from ministries, departments, and businesses operating in Cuba's cybersecurity. Vietnam instructors have provided lectures and instructions on malware prevention, web attack, guidance on building a national network security management center, network security for telecom service providers as well as specific issues that Cuba is interested in. In the context of a growing number of cyber attacks, Cuba is attaching great importance to ensuring the security of network security for government agencies and the Internet environment for people to serve economic development and social stability.
On this occasion, the two ministries also organized the Business Forum on Network Security Development with the participation of two national security enterprises.
In the coming time, the information security field will be prioritized in cooperation by the two parties to improve the capacity of supporting development, consulting overall solutions as well as cooperation between businesses.