Cybersecurity the other side of digital
Calcūlo ergo sum
Friday, November 26, respecting a tradition that is renewed since the first edition, Prof. Corrado Giustozzi will be once again among the speakers of the beautiful Conference of Legal Informatics of the College Ghislieri of Pavia, now in its sixteenth edition and entitled this year to the memory of its founder and animator, as well as dear friend, Prof. Romano Oneda.
The conference, dedicated to the delicate topic of Artificial Intelligence, will be held in presence in the Aula Magna of the College in compliance with current anti-Covid measures, in particular with regard to the possession of Green Pass.
The speech of Prof. Giustozzi, entitled “Intelligent but naive: how to fool the AI” will focus on “adversarial attacks” aimed at confusing and deceiving artificial intelligence.
Admission is free but it is necessary to book your participation (click here for booking). The conference will also be streamed on the College’s YouTube channel.
The topic is juicy and the speakers are fantastic, so we invite you to attend!
CLOUD PLANET - Rules, rights and duties in the cloud industry
On November 23, from 9:00 to 17:30, we talk about cloud for SMEs, between rights, development, security and revitalization. Commendable initiative of Iusintech, with the participation of Guido Scorza (Consiglio del Garante per la protezione dei dati personali), Rita Eva Cresci (Iusintech), Maria Roberta Perugini (Iusintech), Giuseppe Fragola (MISE), Roberto Giacobazzi (University of Verona), Raffaele Conte (CNR), Paolo Costa (Spindoc), Roberto Moro Visconti (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore), Stefan Umit U. (4Securitas), Alessandro Vallega (Rexilience), 😎 Cesare Burei (MARGAS), Massimiliano De Gregorio (REVO Spac), Raffaele Barberio (Key4biz), Michele Zunino (Consorzio Italia Cloud), Jeff Zakar (Irideos), Laura Capodicasa (Irideos), Francisco Mingorance (CISPE). Register here.
Future trends in cybersecurity and data protection
Wednesday 10 nov 2021 / 16.00 Online here
Digital transformation gallops. Cybersecurity incidents grow exponentially. New laws and regulations try to get us to respond. Technology improves for defenders but unfortunately also for attackers and creates new privacy challenges.
This session introduced and moderated by Alessandro Vallega wants to give some insights on what will be our world in 10 or 15 years without pretending to answer all the questions. We will have the pleasure to hear the opinion of Eline Chivot who is senior adviser on digital policy at the European People’s Party (EPP) in Brussels (speech in English) and of some of the team leaders and participants of the Clusit Community for Security who have been discussing this issue for a long time in its working groups (https://c4s.clusit.it).
On November 10, from 12:00 to 13:00 Online here
- Alessandro Vallega
- Marco Locatelli
- Silvio Sperzani
Connecting Europe in a secure way and respecting the rights and freedoms of individuals, necessarily passes through the issue of digital identity. With the new EIDAS regulation, the subject of this session, several things will change, such as the public system for managing the digital identity of citizens and businesses (SPID), the Electronic Identity Card (CIE) and wallets to authenticate and access services.