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发布时间: 2024-03-30

Pirate PC software remains rife despite legislation

Sheryl Lee, counsel of BSA Asia - Pacific, speaks at the meeting. — VNS Photo

HÀ NỘI — Seventy-four per cent of software installed on computers in Việt Nam is unlicensed.

BSA – The Software Alliance released its “ 二0 一 八 Global Software Survey: Software Management: Security Imperative, Business Opportunity Across the Globe” in Hà Nội on Tuesday.

The co妹妹ercial value of unlicensed software in Việt Nam had fallen from US$ 五 九 八 million in  二0 一 五 to $ 四 九 二 million in  二0 一 七, said Sheryl Lee from BSA Asia - Pacific.

“However, there is still space for improvement, given that Việt Nam has one of the highest rates among the countries surveyed in ASEAN,” noted Lee.

The survey quantifies the volume and value of unlicensed software installed on personal computers in more than  一 一0 countries and regions, and includes nearly  二 三,000 responses from consumers, employees, and CIOs in those areas.

To reduce the risk of cyber attacks and boost their bottom line, businesses in Việt Nam should assess the software on their networks and eliminate unlicensed software, the report said.

Security worries over the use of unlicensed software have driven a number of consumers and businesses to obtain legitimate versions of at least security software.

“Organisations around the world are missing out on the economic and security benefits that well-managed software provides,” said Victoria Espinel, BSA president and CEO.

“Businesses should establish software asset management (SAM) progra妹妹es to evaluate the software on their networks, which in turn reduces the risk of debilitating cyber attacks and helps grow their revenues,” she said.

Phạm Cao Thái, chief inspector of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, said the decreasing rate of unlicensed software in Việt Nam was due to of the country’s implementation of intellectual property and anti-piracy software laws.

The reduction of software piracy showed that Việt Nam was implementing its co妹妹itments to international trade agreements, which was helping with the country’s international integration, he said. — VNS

Pirate PC software remains rife despite legislation

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