From information security to process digitization

Dalla sicurezza delle informazioni alla digitalizzazione dei processi

A beautiful day in early May welcomes Omat Forum on Florentine soil, for the stage dedicated to the theme “Privacy, Security and Dematerialization”. Stefano Gorla, the privacy and dissemination expert Stefano Gorla, is open and moderate: his job is to lead the public through standards, deadlines and reflection points on digitization and innovation processes. Interviews Michele Iaselli, Professor of Legal Informatics and Minister of Defense: “The development of tools such as electronic signatures and the IT protocol, combined with the expansion of the use of e-mail, makes possible the implementation of fully automated Document flows and the consequent implementation of profound innovations in the way in which organizational units work. ” It is essential, in order to validate and effectively computerize the activities, to adapt the administrative procedures to the requirements of computerization: true dematerialization can not really be reduced to the processes of digitization of documents, but rather the complex procedure for simplifying decision-making processes.

Nicola Savino, an expert in dematerialisation, faces with enthusiasm and pragmatism the question: “The complexity of standards and technologies is aimed at ensuring that information is intact and authentic in time and that what we handle and preserve today can be recovered tomorrow. Digitizing processes, not documents, is the main course! ” In fact, it is the same record concept as being changed. First, the term refers only to documents and files, while today we create and store records in so many ways. But whether it is data, documents or other forms of information, work remains to contextualize them in the most appropriate way and manage them effectively over time. Digital preservation is a process: a practical example of how to automate processes is illustrated in a precise and timely fashion by Riccardo Camiciottoli, Aeffegroup’s technical manager, which helps us step from theory to practice, with a document management solution for The sharing and distribution of content in a secure manner and in compliance with the new privacy policy. “Careful management and retention of documentation will be required – says Alberto Befani, expert – to meet the requirements of EU Regulation 679/2016. Respond to the requests of the persons concerned with regard to the processing of personal data and security measures taken, to demonstrate compliance with the regulation, to inform the Control Authority and / or interested parties in real time: the needs of organizations require an analysis of the Internal processes and the use of an efficient document system.

Riccardo Abeti, an advocate of ICT law, is passionate about discovering new terms introduced by the New EU Privacy Policy: Privacy by Design, Accountability, Risk Assessment and Data Breach. “Companies will have to adapt to new provisions not only to avoid heavy sanctions, but also to be more competitive in a single digital market.” Close Workshop Lucca Livrieri, ForcePoint’s sales engineering manager, tackles the topic of security from a particularly interesting point of view: the centrality of human behavior. It is necessary to abandon the old strategy that “we continue to talk about products by applying strategies that meet old requirements and that they do not face the reality.” The solution is an analysis that starts from inventory of personal data (whether in the company, on devices, or on the cloud) to map processes and manage information flows by responding to threats in accordance with the law. In short, a really intense morning and full of satisfaction for all those who took part. Thank you and the next initiative!

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