“Cybersecurity: opportunities and recommendations”, the training seminar organized by Forma Camera – Special Company of the Rome Chamber of Commerce was held, in collaboration with Safe, a company that operates in the field of training, events and consultancy in the energy and environment sector and PID – Digital Enterprise Point of the Rome Chamber of Commerce. The aim of the workshop was to analyze critical issues, identify opportunities relating to the topic of cyber security and to meet the current needs of companies, responding to requests for greater awareness on the subject. The “information security” issue for SMEs, in fact, became very topical with the Covid-19 emergency and, subsequently, with the Russia-Ukraine conflict, forcing companies to rapidly adopt alternative solutions to ensure business continuity remotely . In 2021 alone, on a global level, between losses and redemptions, the damage deriving from cyber attacks was estimated in the order of 6 trillion dollars. A number that certifies how much the phenomenon of cybersecurity has become one of the hottest topics from a political, social and economic point of view. For this reason, as pointed out by the President of SAFE, Raffaele Chiulli: “It is essential to adopt a systematic and far-sighted strategy in the field of digital research and innovation, to ensure more efficiency and productivity, as well as to promote an eco-conscious use of digital technologies. “. To respond to the increasingly important challenges of the digitalisation of the economy and society, the European Union is developing policies and allocating huge funds to give companies the skills and means to equip themselves and grow. “In this context – said Raffaele Chiulli – the funds allocated by the PNRR in favor of Italian companies that invest in digital innovation are aimed precisely at encouraging a technological review of small and medium-sized enterprises”. A decisive role will also be played by raising public awareness and training new professional figures, increasingly in demand in this area.The event has therefore contributed to shedding light on an extremely current issue, in an increasingly digital and dynamic, in which it becomes necessary to better understand the extent of potential threats and, at the same time, the opportunities in terms of innovation and competitiveness, which concern not only small and medium-sized enterprises, but also people and their behavior. Some leading experts from the Italian cyber security scene took part in the debate: Matteo Falsetti – CSO & Senior Security Consultant of Enforcer, William Nonnis – Full Stack & Blockchain Developer of ENEA and Giovanna Ruggeri – Head of ICT of EP Produzione.
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