Chiara Albanese reports: Italy’s government is speeding up plans to create a new cybersecurity unit directly under Prime Minister Mario Draghi to shield the country’s digital network from criminal attacks. The new unit will set centralized strategy for cybersecurity and be managed by a committee based in the prime minister’s office, according to a draft seen by Bloomberg News. The cabinet could approve the plan as soon as Thursday. Read more on Bloomberg.DataBreaches.netRead More
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