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Health and safety within the workplace must be pursued through a culture of prevention that is created, first of all, with training and information. Workers are not only protected subjects but also active actors: they must be aware of the conditions of their working environment, of the risks and consequences of their behavior in the workplace. Hence the idea of ​​the VITAMIN F project, a blended training course funded by Inail with the coordination of Grifo multimedia.

The world is increasingly connected.

Computers, smartphones, tablets but also cars, cameras and other devices enter the web network and constantly exchange data like never before in the history of mankind. Cisco estimates indicate the number of devices connected to the internet at over 50 billion by the end of 2020. A third industrial revolution that brings with it extraordinary opportunities but also growing security risks and management of personal and corporate data. Many resources are invested by companies to reinforce security systems and deal with IT leaks in real time, but the efforts are still largely unsatisfactory.

It is the first day of your new job. As you walk through the sliding door and head towards the reception to let people know that you have arrived, you cannot hold back your emotions: anxiety and enthusiasm live together in your mood! This is exactly the opportunity you've been waiting for. Your new manager welcomes you; talk about the team, the projects you will have to deal with, your goals and the responsibilities you will have to manage. The HR team shows you how the company is structured, takes you to visit the offices and finally shows you your new workplace. Despite the initial welcome, you feel confused and confused. How many questions come to your mind but you are afraid to disturb or you just don't know who to turn to.

The Digital Mindset represents a way of thinking oriented towards adopting digital solutions and using new technologies for one's own work and private activities. It consists of a set of mental structures, made by experience or learning, which the individual has developed within a digitized society and which are recognized and used to succeed in the digital environment. (Benke, 2013). The digital mentality translates into a certain attitude towards the digital world, which in turn can lead to accepting or rejecting technology. Here the difference between cognition and behavior opens up: a mentality oriented towards digital acceptance may not lead to actual digital behavior due to external factors; similarly, a rejection mentality could be forced to use technologies while remaining opposed to doing so. The point of being digital, therefore, is not only in manifest behavior, but in acceptance at the level of mentality and attitude.

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