Antonio
Sagliocca

Enthusiast of new technologies, Sagliocca has been working for several years in Private and Digital Investigations, Open Source Intelligence and Ethical Hacking. Student of Computer Security, Associate and Teacher at Clusit, he has over fifteen years experience in Technical and Systemist IT. At the beginning of 2000 he participated in the project “Computer Literacy” organised by the Municipality in favour of citizens who are new to the world of computers. Since 2015 he has collaborated with the Chairs of Legal Informatics and Advanced Legal Informatics of the University of Milan.

   
SOCIETY | 31 Jan

The extent to which data affects the (in)security of young people who use the Internet

The role of data analysis in understanding the risks of digital natives who are becoming increasingly social
"If teens were plants, their lifeblood would be smartphones" reads a study by Telefono Azzurro e Doxakids of February 2016. And how can we deny this if, when watching our kids, we see just how immersed in technology they are? They are so attached to their mobile devices that we can almost say they have an "extra limb," i.e. their smartphones. After all the study, which involved 600 young people aged 12 to 18 and 600 parents across Italy, emphasised that more[…]