If those are separate tickets, just forget about it, end of story.
If the two flights are on a single ticket, the airline thinks it’s possible (it’s over their “minimum connection time” (MCT) for that combination).
If there are no delays it should be tight but fine.
If there are delays they should have personnel around to expedite things (skip queues etc.).
If you don’t make it (through no fault of yours of course) they will rebook you on the next available flight, so you may be delayed, but you will get there at no extra cost. Even if you have to stay overnight they will have to find and pay for a hotel for you.
And unless there are extraordinary circumstances, if you arrive at your final destination much later than scheduled, you could even be due compensation, which means the airline has every reason to make sure you don’t miss your connection.
Be prepared (know where you have to go, have all your paperwork ready, have the relevant apps on your phone so you can have up to date information timely, get a seat towards the front on the first flight…), but don’t worry, and let the airline worry about things for you.