Italy is the third Country in the world for number of Cyber-attacks. Cybersecurity is increasingly becoming an emergency for our Country and recently the National Cybersecurity Agency has launched an alarm on the necessity of at least 100 thousand specialized figures.
The Logistic Digital Community, community born on October 2021 thanks to the Conftrasporto-Confcommercio input as promoter together with Federlogistica and many other institutional and technical partners, has highlighted this emergency in January on the occasion of a round table held in Genova and involving all the main stakeholders of the transportation, logistics and commerce worlds. In the meantime, the LDC project is growing, and even new partners have entered the community that has the objective of favouring the digital transition on the supply chain of logistics operators and road haulage, through the diffusion of best practices and sectors’ use case.
The last entrance is from Free-to-X, a nationally renowned company dedicated to the development of advanced services for mobility, focusing on innovation, technology and sustainability, both on and off the motorway network.
“With great pleasure we welcome Free to X within our main technical partners of the Logistic Digital Community. – explains the Genoese entrepreneur Davide Falteri, one of the main creators and promoters of the LDC – I would like to thank the engineer Andrea Manfron for the effective collaboration in this context. In the coming months, Free to X will be at our side for initiatives aimed at promoting digital development in the mobility sector.”
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