Security Summit, the most important Italian conference on cyber security, due to the restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, like many other events will be in “Streaming Edition”. The appointment is from 16 to 18 March, three intense days where 37 sessions dedicated to the most current topics of cyber security will be offered. Among these, the data of Clusit report 2021which will be presented to the public at the opening of the conference – on 16 March at 9.00 – the use of Artificial Intelligence for security, regulations, risk management. Participation is free upon registration.

Security Summit Streaming Edition, the events not to be missed

In the dense agenda of the three days dedicated to cyber security (here all the appointments) those that are certainly of greatest interest are the following:

Always Tuesday 16 March at 18.00the session “Knowledge and awareness: cybersecurity starts here”, by the community “Women For Security” which, with the support of Clusit, brings together the skills of women in the field of information security. During the session, the results of the first survey will be illustrated Conducted by the community on Revenge in Italy; the Italian “Cyber ​​Ladies” will also highlight the evolution of new forms of violence that proliferate together with this phenomenon, such as Deep Fake and Sexting, introducing the dissemination initiatives launched for an aware presence on the net.

Guest of the roundtable, moderated by Cinzia Ercolano, co-founder of Women For Security, will be Ettore Guarnaccia, expert in cybersecurity and IT risk management, author of “The Silent Tragedy” book that investigates how digital is shaping and threatening the new generations in the time of COVID-19.

The March 17ththe most important appointment is that of the hours 18.00 for the session “Artificial intelligence and security: opportunities, risks and recommendations”. This is also the title of the volume that the Clusit Community for Security will present in the session and which includes the work by over 70 authors. The book will be available free for download following the presentation.

Among the participants in the debate, introduced by Alessandro Vallega, chairman of the Clusit Community for Security, the experts AAndrea Loreggia, Alessandro Curioni and Stefano Quintarelli.

For Thursday 18 March Security Summit Streaming Editions features sessions that will address the regulatory cyber securitywith news coming in 2021 regarding personal data, ISO/IEC 27002, PEC, IoT and analysis of compliance between ISO 27001 and GDPR.

Don’t miss it at 4 pmSecurity and technological infrastructures: the difficult relationship and the new tools available” which will be attended by Ginevra Cerrina Feroni, Vice President of the Guarantor for the Protection of Personal Data, Wojciech Wiewiórowski, European Guarantor for the Protection of Personal Data (EDPS), the experts Corrado Giustozzi and Stefano Quintarelli, with an introduction by Gabriele Faggioli, president of Clusit