“It is our intention to intensify technological development projects to achieve an adequate level of strategic autonomy in the” cybersecurity “sector and thus guarantee our digital sovereignty. To do this, it will be crucial to allocate adequate funds, continuously”. Prime Minister Mario Draghi writes this in the preface to the National Cybersecurity Strategy 2022-2026 prepared by the National Cybersecurity Agency and presented today by the Delegated Authority for the Security of the Republic, Franco Gabrielli and by the Director of the Agency, Roberto Baldoni.
“Already today – said the Authority delegated to the security of the Republic, Franco Gabrielli – under current legislation, intelligence enjoys functional guarantees and can carry out counterattack activities in the cyber field”. Gabrielli added that “the certain identification of the attacker is not always immediately circumscribable and a counterattack that misses the target implies consequences that are much more complicated to manage than the attack itself”.
The country is experiencing a condition of overall security deficit of the cyber domain, most servers have no standards that guarantee data security. It is a delay that weighs “. This was said by the Authority delegated to the security of the Republic, Franco Gabrielli., At the presentation of the National Cybersecurity Strategy.” However – he added – a hysterical attitude is not needed. If every time there is a ‘dos’ attack (Denial of service) we think that the country is at the mercy of foreign powers, we do not understand the level of threat “.