Vuntie constantly develops, adopts, and improves new cybersecurity technology to meet changing customer needs. Since our foundation, we have strived to defend human rights in a world that is becoming more unsafe every day. The right to respect for privacy is a human right and a prerequisite for democracy. We stand firmly with the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), which stated that the freedoms of expression and information under Article 19(2) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) include the freedom to receive and communicate information, ideas, and opinions through the Internet.

As a company, we believe in progressive values such as freedom, privacy, security, and unrestricted access. We fight for fundamental human rights: freedom of speech, information, and privacy. We are committed to fighting for privacy and freedom online and will we will defend human rights in cyberspace at all costs. Without privacy, there can be no freedom of speech, and without freedom of speech, there can be no democracy.


Mass surveillance that is secret and increased poses a fundamental threat to human rights. It violates international human rights law's right to privacy. Surveillance breaches of communications confidentiality are linked to severe human rights violations such as detention, torture, and extrajudicial killings. Vietnamese cybersecurity law allows the government to force technology companies to hand over potentially vast amounts of data, including personal information, and censor their posts. Chinese law requires companies to censor sensitive information, restrict online anonymity, and require real-name registration.


Many cybersecurity laws and measures introduced globally threaten online speech and freedom of expression by directly infringing such rights or creating a chilling effect on the desire of people to express their rights. In Saudi Arabia, the Anti-Cyber Crime Law has been used to crack down on online speech and freedom of expression by imprisoning bloggers and others for voicing different opinions, criticizing public officials, or supporting dissidents. In addition to cybersecurity laws developed by governments, firewalls designed by IT businesses can block specific websites and content.


The battlefield of the future is digital. Since many socially critical systems are connected, turning off the power supply, water, and communications may be enough for a few days to gain an advantage in a conflict. Due to the privatization of public infrastructure, each private company providing such services might become a target. Everything can be hacked into. It's just a matter of time, resources, and skills. A robust cyber defense is needed that protects the digital territorial boundary in a turbulent, rapidly changing world.


Recently, interest organizations and repressive governments have increased their claims that encryption is dangerous, but the reality is totally different. Encryption ensures that your browsing and private information are safe and your private messages stay private. If the government can break encryption to read your messages, scammers, hackers, and foreign governments can. Encryption is the last line of defense against cybercriminals.