Italy has established a national cybersecurity agency after Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s warnings that Europe must safeguard itself against Russian “interference.”
The government said in a statement that it will need to “protect national interests and the resilience of services and essential functions of the State from cyber threats.”
Following a European Union summit in Brussels on May 25, Draghi stated that urgent action was required to combat digital threats.
Draghi and his security services advisor, ex-police chief Franco Gabrielli, will lead the agency, which is expected to employ roughly 300 employees, according to media reports.
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