The term white collars (by the American white-collar worker) identifies those workers who perform less physical, but often more remunerated, tasks than the Blue collars performing manual labor. They are employed professionals (such as certain doctors or lawyers), as well as employees with administrative functions. In some studies, managers are considered as belonging to white collars, but in others they are not considered as such. The name comes from the classic white shirt that was worn by this type of workers. The white shirts get dirty easily and therefore distinguish the workers who "do not get their hands dirty." To mention also an expression originating from this term: white-collar _crimina ("offences (or crimes) of the white Collars"), introduced by the criminologist Edwin Sutherland in 1939 refers to crimes, almost always undervalued and unpunished, committed by Professionals in the economy. Just this kind of crimes usually used to the benefit of companies by their managers lately have turned into crimes against the company itself. It is clear that such offences can often be committed even by persons outside the company, but always with direct consequences for companies as an example the Doctor Who certifies non-existent illnesses to employees. Plus 1 Of course he could not remain indifferent to the corporate protection against these crimes and having gained a long experience in consulting, analysis of these issues is able to provide a broad contribution in both prevention and Repression of such behaviours. Supported by qualified personnel and by more and more advanced technologies provides the highest degree of solutions and maximum yield in the results.