Tuesday, July 6, 2021 16:30 PM (GMT+7)
To get this achievement, he has surpassed more than 25,000 “white hat hackers” in the world.
Bugcrowd – the largest global vulnerability search platform has just announced that Nguyen Tuan Anh (25 years old, a security expert of Viettel Cyber Security) has surpassed more than 25,000 “white hat hackers”. in the world to top this organization’s June 2021 rankings. Previously, Nguyen Tuan Anh also topped Bugcrowd’s ranking in April 2021.
List of top 10 white hat hackers in the world voted by Bugcrowd.
With nearly 200 security holes discovered so far, Tuan Anh has received the title of Most Valuable Professional (MVP) of Bugcrowd 4 times.
In 2020, Tuan Anh found 55 security holes on Oracle’s E-Business Suite product, including a serious vulnerability that allows remote control. E-Business is a popular product used by large enterprises and organizations in the world with 20% of enterprises in the top 500 fortune globally using it.
Nguyen Tuan Anh is a cybersecurity expert at Viettel Cyber Security.
In April 2021, another expert of Viettel Cyber Security, Pham Van Khanh, also won the world’s largest cyberattack competition Pwn2Own 2021.
The achievements of experts contribute to affirming Viettel Security’s pioneering and leading position in the field of information security and the key to creating a digital society in Vietnam. As a member of Viettel Group, Viettel Cyber Security currently has more than 300 employees, including leading Vietnamese experts in the field of network security, possessing many prestigious and reputable information security certificates. world.
To date, Viettel Cyber Security has discovered more than 300 zero-day vulnerabilities (errors that have never been discovered in the world) of major global information technology systems. In 2020 alone, the company’s team of cybersecurity experts discovered nearly 100 zero-day vulnerabilities. As a result, the company received the international award “The best network security management service provider in Vietnam” from Frost & Sullivan.
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