HCM CITY (VNS)— The Bach Khoa Anti-virus Centre has promised to help companies and other organisations combat cyber attacks by providing them early warning systems.
Its Network Inspector will look for signs of an attack and warn administrators through text messages or email.
"In fact, online attacks are happening quietly around the world, even in Viet Nam, and not easy to find until they cause obvious damage like data loss and even system breakdown," Nguyen Minh Duc, director of network security at BKAV, said.
Most Vietnamese companies lack early warning systems against online attacks.
BKAV Network Inspector has two different kinds of equipment and software for small- and medium-sized firms and large ones.
Since 2012 around 3,000 Vietnamese firms have been attacked.-VNS