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Andrea Rigoni - Director-General

Andrea Rigoni - GCSEC Director GeneralAndrea Rigoni has been working in the Information Security sector for more than 19 years. He is a subject matter expert on Cyber Security and Digital Services.

Presently, Andrea Rigoni is Director General of the “Global Cyber Security Center” (GCSEC) and Director of eCommerce in Poste Italiane.

He is member of different international expert groups, including ICANN, ISO and ISACA and he is actively involved in many international initiatives.

He began his activity in 1992 as an IT consultant to OFM, an NGO represented at the United Nations, working in Italy and US. 

In 2009, Mr. Rigoni joined Booz & Company as Senior Advisor to provide independent consultancy to National Governments, European Institutions and European Critical Infrastructures on Cyber Security.

In this role, he has been responsible of EU Funded Projects for the Protection of the European Critical Infrastructures, in particular in the area of Shared Situational Awareness, where he has worked with some Governments to define international standards.

From 2003 to 2008 he worked for Symantec as responsible of European Commission and Critical Infrastructure Protection. He was member of the Thought Leadership team reporting to the EMEA VP office. As responsible of Services and Consulting for Southern Europe, Middle East and Africa, Mr. Rigoni helped Symantec to become the Security Thought Leader for the European Public Sector, leading a long list of successful projects both with the Government and Critical Infrastructures.