back to article Vietnam admits it has just ten percent of the infosec pros it needs

Vietnam’s Ministry of Information and Communications has admitted the nation has a vast shortfall of infosec pros. The Ministry on Wednesday cited statistics indicating "approximately 3,600 personnel [are] working in information security nationwide, meeting only ten percent of the actual demand." That deficit has become …

  1. Pascal Monett Silver badge

    Ride-sharing on scooters

    In Benin, over twenty years ago, they were already doing that.

    They were called zems, I think. They were all over the place in Cotonou. You could flag one down, give your destination, then hang on for dear life until you got there. The ride was about 25c in today's money.

  2. t245t

    It beats ..

    It beats being bombed with napalm and agent orange.

  3. WolfFan Silver badge


    I might be available, depending on what rates they pay, whether I have to learn Vietnamese, and if I can work remotely. Working with guys who managed to beat _three_ world powers over a period of about 30 years (France, the US, and China) would be interesting. Actually having to live in Hanoi, less so. I’ve seen 3rd world tropical countries (Kenya, Jamaica, Florida) and don’t need another one.

    1. cookieMonster Silver badge

      Re: Hmm

      Icon… for the Florida quip

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