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Privacy, the alarm Soro: cybercrime in the world has increased by 17% in 2019

the ROME - Growing cyber crimes, the privacy of the citizens is always under attack, the uncertainty of the 5G. The threat is global, they warn of the speaker

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Privacy, the alarm Soro: cybercrime in the world has increased by 17% in 2019
the ROME - Growing cyber crimes, the privacy of the citizens is always under attack, the uncertainty of the 5G. The threat is global, they warn of the speakers at the conference cyber Space common good: data protection, national security, in Rome on the occasion of the european Day for the protection of personal data. "In 2019, the cybercrime grew by 17% at global level compared to the figures of the 2018 and experts have hunted worrying forecasts about the possible risks and trends to 2020 outlining a scenario of attacks becoming more sophisticated," said the president of the privacy Guarantor Antonello Soro in his speech to the . "Because threats are global, he added," I believe that the objective should be the overall assumption of public responsibility with respect to interest what is the cyber security which depends In the first place, the independence of Countries and that must be applied in key supra-national, just as it was for the data protection".

"In a context - continued Soro -, in which each everyday object may represent the entrance channel potential cyber attacks, and in which therefore the sources of risk are overpopulating, it is essential to make the protection of data, systems and infrastructure, the priority objective of public policies, because from this depends the protection of the person, but also the national security."

Attention to the risks associated with the introduction of new technologies. As the 5G. "We have on several occasions called for a Privacy Shield with China, to guarantee the respect of certain basic conditions of protection of the right to data protection (if not more) of european citizens. We are aware that such an agreement would require a radical revision of china's legal system, such as to exclude, in particular, the withdrawal essentially unlimited, on the part of the Government, of the data on the availability of the companies. However, the size and the weight of the risks to the safety and security of our countries do not allow, nor inertia, nor resignation". Made of eco Raffaele Volpi , the president of Copasir (parliamentary Committee for the security of the Republic): "In the world competition for the 5G we must be careful that the networks do not become a means of acquiring the intangible asset that are the data and profiling".

"The Republic will fight always in defense of the freedom of information, to its readers and to all those who have at heart the principles of democracy and civil coexistence"

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