tue04feb2:30 pm5:00 pmCyberReadiness.IT: 1st workshop on readiness and awareness in cybersecurityWorkshop2:30 pm - 5:00 pm Aula 155/D3, Facoltà di Ingegneria | Via Brecce Bianche, 12Track:04.Framework Nazionale e Cyberreadiness | Feb 4
Workshop topics Cybersecurity readiness Cybersecurity awareness Cybersecurity training Cybersecurity assessment Human factors in Cybersecurity Structure of the workshop Introduction Presentation of CyberReadiness.IT project and its methodology Interventions/Presentations of several stakeholders Presentation
- Cybersecurity readiness
- Cybersecurity awareness
- Cybersecurity training
- Cybersecurity assessment
- Human factors in Cybersecurity
Structure of the workshop
- Presentation of CyberReadiness.IT project and its methodology
- Interventions/Presentations of several stakeholders
- Presentation of initial results from the project (by several stakeholders)
Intended audience & duration
Expected attendants encompass people belonging to the following classes:
- Public regulators, for obtaining a map of the cybersecurity readiness level of their area of competence.
- Private organizations: for assessment and improvements of the cybersecurity readiness and awareness of the human strata of their organization.
- Security governance: interested in ways to integrate the human vulnerabilities analysis into their cybersecurity assessment procedures.
- Training & education: for proposing training activities focused on the human side of the problem, targeting specifically readiness, awareness and cybersecurity best practices.
Marco Angelini is a post-doctoral researcher in Engineering in Computer Science at University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy, Department of Computer, Control and Management Sciences & Engineering. He is a researcher in the Centre for Cyber-Intelligence and Security (CIS) of University of Rome “La Sapienza”, where he successfully participated the EU FP-7 project “PANOPTESEC”, providing automatic detection, management and reaction to cyber-threats for Critical Infrastructures. His main research interests include Visual analytics (the process of combining visualization of information, interaction by user and analytical computation for solving heavy computational problems) and Cyber-Security (focused on designing visual analytics solutions for cyber-defense of critical infrastructures, open-source intelligence and malware analysis).Marco Angelini is a member and coordinates research projects of the A.WA.RE (Advanced Visualization & Visual Analytics REsearch) research group at University of Rome “La Sapienza”. Marco Angelini is member of CINI Cybersecurity National Laboratory, where he coordinates national projects with the goal of strengthening the Cyber- Security status of an organization, both in public and private sectors. He is the responsible of “CyberReadiness.IT”, a project of CINI Cybersecurity National Laboratory with the goal of assessing the cybersecurity readiness of the human substrate of an organization. As a result of his activities, Dr. Marco Angelini has published more than 40 papers, including 10 peer-reviewed journal papers and 30 peer-reviewed conference papers in international journals and conferences. More about him can be found at https://sites.google.com/dis.uniroma1.it/angelini.
Claudio Ciccotelli is a post-doctoral researcher at Sapienza University of Rome, where he is a member of the Cyber Intelligence and Information Security research center. He got his PhD in 2017, at the same University, with a thesis on practical approaches for fault detection and diagnosis in data centers. His main research interests include critical infrastructure protection and cyber-physical security (IACS/SCADA security), mobile security and dependability of complex systems.
Luigi Martino is the coordinator of the Center for Cyber Security and International Relations Studies, a specialized observatory of the CSSII at the Department of Political Science (University of Florence); Currently, Luigi is Ph.D. Candidate in Human Rights and Global Politics, School of Advanced Studies Sant’Anna, Pisa with a Research Project on “Improving Cybersecurity for Critical Infrastructure in Italy: The Public-Private Partnership Model Against Cyber Attacks”. He holds the MA in IR with a focus on the Strategic Relevance of Cyberspace and the Risks of Cyber Warfare. He is a member of the Research Advisory Group of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace. Since 2017 he is member of the Forum for Cyber Expertise, representing the Center for Cyber Security and International Relations Studies and consultant on Cyber Security for BV-Tech. Author of many publications in Italian, English and Spanish on cyber security, cyber warfare, cyber intelligence and cyber diplomacy. Luigi is member of CINI Cybersecurity National Laboratory, where he is responsible of “CyberReadiness.IT”, a project of CINI Cybersecurity National Laboratory with the goal of assessing the cybersecurity readiness of the human substrate of an organization.
(Tuesday) 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Facoltà di Ingegneria | Via Brecce Bianche, 12