Bui Trong Tung

Deputy Head, Bach Khoa Cyber Security Center
Lecturer, Department Of Computer Engineering

M.S. (Hanoi University of Science and Technology, 2010)
B.E. (Hanoi University of Science and Technology)

Email: tungbt@soict.hust.edu.vn

Web: https://users.soict.hust.edu.vn/tungbt

Research Areas

  • Networking
  • Computer Security

Research Interests

  • Next Generation Network
  • System Security
  • Network Security


Trong Tung Bui is a lecturer in the School of Information and Communication Technology, Hanoi University of Science and Technology. In 2010, he received an MSc in data communication and computer network from Hanoi University of Science and Technology. His current research interests lie in the fields of computer security. Current and past application areas of his work include cryptography, network and multimedia security.


  • A method to improve LTSM using statistical features for DGA botnet detection, Mac Dinh Hieu, Tong Van Van, Bui Trong Tung, Tran Duc, Nguyen Linh Giang, Research and Development on Information and Communication Technology (RD-ICT), (ISSN 1859-3526) (In press)
  • Đánh giá mô hình bảo mật cho mạng vạn vật dựa trên OneM2M, Tánh Nguyễn Văn, Tuyến Nguyễn Gia, Hiếu Đình Mạc, Tùng Trọng Bùi, Đức Trần Quang, Giang Nguyễn Linh, Proceedings of the 11th National Conference on Fundamental and Applied Information Technology Research (FAIR’11), Đà Nẵng 2018.
  • The Flooding Attack in Low Power and Lossy Networks: A Case Study, Nguyen Tanh, Ngo Tri, Tran Duc, Tran Hai Anh, Bui Trong Tung, IEEE International Conference on Smart Communications in Network Technologies (SaCoNet), Algeria, 2018

Current Projects

  • NDT.01.TW/16: Pervasive and Secure Information Service Infrastructure for Internet of Things based on Cloud Computing
  • KC.01.01/16-20: Research and Development of a Log and Event Management System (LEMS) for E-governance


  • IT1110: Introduction to ICT
  • IT3080: Computer Network
  • IT4062: Network Programming
  • IT4263: Network Security
  • IT4830: Computer Network Defense