Binh Thuan: Over 2,100 students disseminated with cybersecurity law

14/03/2023, 15:03

BTO- As many as 2,100 students of Phan Chu Trinh High School on March 13 attended an extracurricular activity held by the Cybersecurity and High-Tech Crime Prevention Division (Binh Thuan Provincial Department of Public Security). The outdoor activities focused on propagating the Vietnam Cybersecurity Law to students.

At the event, students were informed of the content related to the fraudulent methods of high-tech criminals that many people are currently suffering from via online sales, recruiting high-paying jobs, buying and selling personal accounts, and hacking social network accounts such as Zalo, and Facebook.

At the same time, the reporter also guided the students on behavior skills in cyberspace such as not viewing "hot photos", "body-showing off", and not posting "dirty" photos, or "dark web". He advised students to strongly share beautiful stories and good news around us, give polite and cultured comments, etc. In addition, the Branch of Cybersecurity and High-Tech Crime Prevention Division also distributed 200 leaflets on do's and don'ts to students who are social network users.


According to Bao Binh Thuan
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