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.