“Italy is among the countries most at risk. Most affected are the very young and the elderly”. From 1 to 3 September in Courmayeur at the start of the tenth stage of Tour 2022 cultural project ‘Libera di… Vivere’
“L‘artificial intelligence it can help to better defend itself from cyber attacks, which are more and more frequent in our country, especially to the detriment of the very young and the elderly “. Claudia Segrepresident of the Global Thinking Foundation, in announcing the tenth stage of the Tour 2022 of the cultural project ‘Free to … Live’, which will take place in Courmayeur from Thursday 1 to Saturday 3 September in collaboration with the Valle d’Aosta Regional Council, Courmayeur Mont Blanc and the Pourparler association, with the patronage of the Municipality of Courmayeur, the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, the EU Commission, ASviS, Advertising Progress and Women’s Inclusion.
According to the latest Censis report on cyber security, Segre recalls, “64.6% of citizens and businesses have been the target of deceptive e-mails to extract sensitive data. The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity in its latest focus puts warn about the threat from ransomware attacks in which Italy is among the countries most at risk, in fourth place behind the United States, Germany and France. During 2021, Cnaipic, the National Cybercrime Center for the Protection of Critical Infrastructures of the Postal Police, managed 5,434 significant cyber attacks, on average 15 per day, against the IT services of institutional systems, critical IT infrastructures of national interest, sensitive infrastructures of regional interest, large companies. There are 110,524 security alerts referable to threats to IT / telematic systems subject to the protection of the Center “.
In the three days of appointments, this year’s leitmotif is cybersecurity as a response to the digital dimension of gender-based violence, the workshop ‘Cybersecurity and artificial intelligence: the future is now’ with Roberto Rota stands out on Thursday 1 September (4 pm) , mayor of Courmayeur, Sara Sesia, vice-president Pourparler and Member of Bureau Dire Paris, Laura Ambrosino, media manager of the Representation of the European Commission in Milan, Luigi Balestra, full professor of civil law in the Department of Legal Sciences of the University of Bologna.
A round table will follow with Magda Bianco, head of the Customer Protection and Financial Education Department of the Bank of Italy, Marina Fey, superintendent of the Valle d’Aosta Autonomous Region Department of Studies, Elsa Fornero, economist of the University of Turin, Claudia Segre, President Global Thinking Foundation. Franco Massi, general secretary of the Court of Auditors and president of the Regional Control Section of the Aosta Valley of the Court of Auditors will conclude. Moderated by Sandro Neri, head of Qn Economics and Work.