In 2020, detected and successful attacks had a “high” and “critical” impact in 56% of cases; 44% were of “medium” severity. It is estimated that the global damage generated by this recent cyber escalation amounts to two times the Italian GDP, or more than 3,400 billion euros.
If we look at the phenomenon from this perspective, the issue of personal data processing and protection actually becomes the most urgent business imperative. As the attack surfaces increase, with new digital phenomena taking over today, the risks to corporate data security increase. Italy is one of the most targeted countries in the world in an increasingly complex threat landscape that is inexorably increasing its range of action.