Roberto Pignani is the new General Manager of Cybertech, which, with over 450 clients, 300 specialists, and a presence in more than 20 countries, is among the leading players in Italy and Europe in the field of cybersecurity.
Roberto Pignani will report directly to Fabio Momola, Executive Vice President of Engineering, who oversees all of the Group's cybersecurity and Cloud activities.
In his role, Roberto Pignani will be responsible for designing the most advanced and effective cybersecurity strategies for constant monitoring of the continuous evolution of attacks and for controlling the best execution of strategies through the development and integration of security solutions and services. He can rely on the multi-industry expertise of the Engineering Group.
"Cybersecurity is a central part of all digital transition processes, an essential factor in ensuring that companies govern risks by maximizing value," comments Fabio Momola, Executive Vice President of Engineering. "In our role as a Digital Transformation Company at the service of the country, we feel an even stronger commitment and social responsibility towards all our stakeholders who undertake this path, and to whom we want to guarantee a "safe digitalization" thanks to Cybertech's skills. The constant enrichment of skills and cross-sectional vision capability represent a cornerstone of our strategy, and I am really happy to welcome Roberto, confident that his twenty years of experience and knowledge of the market will be a valuable asset in achieving the Group's important objectives."
Graduated in Business Administration and Management from the University of Rome Tre, Roberto Pignani has led consulting teams in national and international contexts and companies with high technological content in sectors such as PA, Telco&Media, and Finance, dealing with relationship management, business and offering development, contract acquisition, and delivery activities, as well as people development and P&L management. Roberto has acquired his skills in many large companies until his arrival in 2017 at Accenture Italy, where he worked for the last five years as Managing Director.