In 2020, the digital transformation in Vietnam has become strong, reaching the national level. All the key industries such as e-government, telecommunications, banking and finance ... have made initial steps to digitize. Typically, the government has launched and operated the national public service portal; cashless payment activities have been promoted; Most banks have implemented digital banking services; 5G networks that are expected to be commercialized in 2020 will increase the level of connectivity between devices and the operating system, contributing to the development of the digital economy. In particular, due to the negative impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the demand for working from home and the comprehensive digital transformation of all organizations and businesses has rocketed. Simultaneously, the risk of hacking users’ data and the control of Operational Technology systems has become more worrying than ever. According to the summary of the Authority of Information Security in 2019, there were about 5200 cyber attacks on the information systems in Vietnam, causing the number of Vietnam's IP addresses located in 6.5 million ghost computer networks. Therefore, businesses and organizations are most interested in at this time is the solutions to secure their organizations’ safety in the mandatory period of digital conversion. In parallel with technological solutions, human resources to ensure the safety and information security of Vietnam are also issues of concern. The task force of network safety and security in 2019 is estimated at only about 4,500 people, of which specialized forces in state agencies and organizations are about 3,000 people, specialized forces in 84 enterprises (including 04 episodes state union, 54 joint stock companies and 29 limited companies) are licensed to sell information security products and services of about 1,500 people. The network of units specialized in information security and emergency response has the participation of 174 members, including a number of Party agencies, ministries, ministerial-level agencies and Government agencies. Government, 63 provinces and cities directly under the Central Government; 27 corporations, corporations, telecommunication enterprises, Internet; 17 enterprises, key units and 32 voluntary units. However, in the context of digital transformation becoming an "order" for businesses and organizations like the first months of 2020, the issue of developing human resources to ensure information security is becoming more and more more interesting than ever. Originating from the need for both human resources and technology as above, the Security World Conference & Expo 2020 features the topic of “ORIENTATIONS & TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS IN ENFORCING INFORMATION SAFETY & SECURITY IN DIGITAL ERA”.
Security World Conference 2020 will be held with an online videoconferencing method whereby speakers, VVIPs can gather in a central auditorium, after which, the entire conference program will be television to a number of bridgehead groups. Group 1 is the headquarters of Departments of Information and Communications of major cities. Group 2 is the headquarters of businesses, organizations providing financial services, banking, e- commerce and key businesses, with particularly large customer data systems in Vietnam. Group 3 is experts and professionals in the field of banking and finance registered with the Organizing Committee. In addition, the entire seminar program will also be livestreamed on Fanpage of IDG Vietnam.