Program

Conference Topics 2020,
all related to Transport Critical Infrastructures and Energy Critical Infrastructures
  • IoT
  • 5G
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Correlation between Cyber security, security & safety (Cyber physical, Digitalisation vs Security/Safety)
  • Supply chain and OSE (Operators of Essential Services) certification
  • Regulations (Italy and foreign experiences, suggestions)
  • Prevention and management of human error

CSET 2020 will be a media event with an innovative format to ensure maximum usability for the interested public.

The conference will take place in person – by invitation – in the prestigious Sala delle Grida of Palazzo della Borsa in Genoa and will be broadcasted in webinar mode on the Zoom platform and via live streaming on the YouTube channel, all live and in HD.

There will be live connections outside and with the exhibition area, distribution of dedicated videos, round tables and interviews. The participants in the event are given 12 Course Credits for Engineers with the modalities communicated by the organizers.

September 16

 9:30 – 17:30

9:30 – OPENING OF THE LIVE SESSION AND OF THE FIRST SESSION

Conference launch from Piazza De Ferrari and the Palazzo della Borsa in Genoa, diffusion of dedicated videos and start-up of the exhibition area

WELCOME GREETINGS:

  • Paola GIRDINIO, President START 4.0– Full Professor, DITEN Department, Polytechnic School – University of Genoa
  • Luigi ATTANASIO, President Chamber of Commerce of Genoa
  • PRESIDENT OF THE LIGURIA REGION (tbc)
9:45 – ADDRESS INTERVENTIONS
  • On. Angelo TOFALO, Under Secretary of State for Defense
  • Roberto BALDONI, Deputy General Manager DIS with responsibility for Cyber Security, “National cyber architecture and the national cyber security perimeter”
10:05 – STRATEGIC INFRASTRUCTURES AND DIGITIZATION, INTERVENTIONS

Chairman: Paola Girdinio, President START 4.0

  • Marco BUCCI, Mayor of Genoa, “Innovation in the Genoa model for strategic infrastructures”
  • Yuri RASSEGA, CISO ENEL,  “Introducing ENEL CERT”
  • Paolo BRAGATTO, Scientist INAIL, “Impact of Digitalization on Occupational Safety in Process Industries
11:10 – ROUND TABLE: CORRELATION BETWEEN CYBER SECURITY, SECURITY & SAFETY

Chairman: Mark LOWE, Managing Director Monact Risk Assessment Services

  • Alessio ACETI, CEO Sababa Security
  • Antonio IERANÒ, Cybersecurity Expert Proofpoint
  • Amir LEVINTAL, CEO Cylus
  • Paolo SCOTTO DI CASTELBIANCO, former Director of the Training school of the Department of Information for Security (DIS) – Cyber security expert
  • Georgy SHEBULDAEV, Head of Growth Center Kaspersky
12:20 – FIRST SESSION CLOSING INTERVENTION
  • Francesco MORELLI, CISO TERNA, “Analysis of the impacts on cyber deriving from the COVID-19 emergency”
  • Aldo SEBASTIANI, SVP Cyber Security & Digital Competence Center Divisione Cyber Security – Leonardo, “Digital technological and cyber security sovereignty. The approach of Leonardo in the European and national context.”
13:00 – LUNCH BREAK
14:30 – OPENING SECOND SESSION

  • Alessandra MANCINI, Partner Law firm B-Right Lawyers, “Cyber Security and Data Privacy: two sides of the same coin?”
15:00 – ROUND TABLE: NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY FRAME WORK

Chairman: Luisa FRANCHINA, President of AIIC (Italian Association of Critical Infrastructure Experts)

  • Alessandro CATTELINO, Security Manager IT, Gruppo IREN
  • Sandro MARI, Ministry of Economic Development – General Directorate for Communications Technologies and Information Security – Istituto Superiore C.T.I.
  • Andrea PEPATO, Senior Engineer Cyber Security Hitachi Rail
  • Gaetano SANACORE, Cyber Security Manager A2A and Director of Cyber Security, Resilience and Business Continuity for Electrical Grid National Committee
  • Roberto SURLINELLI, Polizia Postale, Chief Technical Director of the State Police, Director of the Third Section “Analysis” of the Postal Police Department and Communications for Liguria – Genoa
16:00 – CONCLUDING SPEECH AT THE ROUND TABLE

  • Luisa FRANCHINA, President of AIIC (Italian Association of Critical Infrastructure Experts), “A regulatory overview of cyber security”
16:20 – KASPERSKY DEMO: “Operational aspects in the management of Industrial Cybersecurity”
16:40 – INTRODUCTORY INTERVENTION TO THE ROUND TABLE

  • Gianna DETONI, President and Founder PANTA RAY “Supply Chain or Supply risks?”
17:00 – ROUND TABLE : SUPPLY CHAIN AND OSE CERTIFICATION CONTEXT
(OPERATORS OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES)

Chairman: Gian Luigi PUGNI, CEI (Italian Electrotechnical Committee) member, Cyber Expert

  • Andrea FOSCHINI, Head of Information Security TERNA
  • Cosimo FRANCO, General Manager Certiquality
  • Luca PATTI, Security Expert IT, Gruppo IREN
  • Gianluca RIGLIETTI, Head of Research and Intelligence PANTA RAY
18:00 – CLOSING OF THE SECOND SESSION AND THE FIRST DAY OF CONFERENCE
September 17

9:30 – 17:30

9:30 – OPENING OF THE SECOND DAY AND THE THIRD SESSION, VIDEOS AND CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE EXHIBITION AREA
9:45 – INTRODUCTORY INTERVENTIONS
  • Marco BOERO, Green Mobility Business Unit Manager AlgoWatt, “Smart city resilience: data, knowledge, awareness”
10:10 – ROUND TABLE: IOT AND STRATEGIC INFRASTRUCTURES

Chairman: : Mario MARCHESE, Full Professor, DITEN Department – Polytechnic School University of Genoa

  • Massimo CENTOFANTI, Manager Division CybSEc, aizoOn
  • Cristiana DEGANO, RD Manager, Gruppo Sigla
  • Fabio MARTINELLI, CNR and Vice-Chairman member of European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO)
  • Andrea PEPATO, Senior Engineer Cyber Security, Hitachi Rail
  • Evgeniya PONOMAREVA, Business Development Manager, KasperskyOS
11:30 – INTRODUCTORY INTERVENTIONS
  • Diego SCHIAVONI, Head of Technical Department Standard Telecommunications Technologies RFI, “Information Security in the railway sector: a point of view of the Infrastructure Manager”
  • Nicola BLEFARI MELAZZI, CNIT Director (National Interuniversity Consortium for Telecommunications),“5G Networks: Concept and Main Security Issues”
11:55 -ROUND TABLE: 5G AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES

Chairman: Raffaele Bolla, DITEN Department Department – Polytechnic School University of Genoa

  • Fabio COCURULLO, Head of Grants, Collaborations and Prototypes Divisione Cyber Security – Leonardo
  • Mario MARCHESE, Full Professor, DITEN Department – Polytechnic School University of Genoa
  • Antonio SFAMELI, Government & Industry Relations Director, Ericsson
12:40 – CONCLUDING SPEECH AT THE ROUND TABLE

  • Giovanni CUSANO, Head of Monitoring Systems CETENA, and Stefano NERVI, Sales Manager and Project Engineer SEASTEMA, “Structural monitoring on the new bridge: data management and information security”
13:00 – LUNCH BREAK
14:30 – OPENING OF THE FOURTH SESSION

  • Tom ALEXANDROVICH, Head of Aviation Guidance Department – Critical Infrastructures Division – Israel National Cyber Directorate (INCD), “Critical Infrastructures Risk Assessment | Attack based scenario approach”
  • Davide ANGUITA, Full Professor, DIBRIS Department – Polytechnic School University of Genoa, “Artificial Intelligence, security and reliability”
15:15 -ROUND TABLE: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES

Chairman: Davide ANGUITA, Full Professor, DIBRIS Department, Polytechnic School – University of Genoa

  • Federica BISIO, Head Data Scientist aramis, aizoOn
  • Marco BRESSANI, CEO DigitalTree Innovation Habitat and member of the Steering Committee at C1a0_expo
  • Vieri EMILIANI, Head of Innovation Maps Group
  • Fabrizio MATTA, CEO Cybermind
  • Luca ONETO, Professore Associato, Dipartimento DIBRIS, Scuola Politecnica – Università degli Studi di Genova
16:20 -ROUND TABLE: HUMAN ERROR, PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT

Chairman: Paola GIRDINIO President START 4.0– Full Professor, DITEN Department, Polytechnic School – University of Genoa

 

  • Alessio ACETI, CEO Sababa Security
  • Daniele ALÌ, VP cyber security Fincanteri
  • Alessandro ARMANDO, Full Professor, CIRCIE (Interdepartmental Research Center for Cyber Security of Critical Infrastructures) – Polytechnic School – University of Genoa
  • Danilo MASSA, CTO Division CybSec, aizoOn
  • Paolo PRINETTO, Full Professor and President National Interuniversity Consortium for Informatics, Director Cybersecurity National Laboratory
17:30 – FINAL GREETINGS AND CONCLUSION OF WORKS
16 Settembre

9:30 – 17:30

9:30 – APERTURA DELLA DIRETTA E DELLA PRIMA SESSIONE

Lancio della Conferenza da piazza De Ferrari e dal Palazzo della Borsa di Genova, diffusione di video dedicati e avviamento dell’area espositiva

 SALUTI DI BENVENUTO

  • Paola GIRDINIO, Presidente START 4.0– Professore Ordinario, Dipartimento DITEN, Scuola Politecnica – Università degli Studi di Genova
  • Luigi ATTANASIO, Presidente della Camera di Commercio di Genova
  • PRESIDENTE DELLA REGIONE LIGURIA  (tbc)
9:45 – INTERVENTI DI INDIRIZZO
  • On. Angelo TOFALO, Sottosegretario di Stato alla Difesa
  • Roberto BALDONI, Vice Direttore Generale DIS con delega alla Cyber Security, “Architettura nazionale cyber e il perimetro nazionale di sicurezza cibernetica”
10:05 – INFRASTRUTTURE STRATEGICHE E DIGITALIZZAZIONE, INTERVENTI

Modera: Paola GIRDINIO, Presidente START 4.0

  • Marco BUCCI, Sindaco di Genova, “L’innovazione nel modello Genova per le infrastrutture strategiche”
  • Yuri RASSEGA, CISO ENEL, “Introducing ENEL CERT”
  • Paolo BRAGATTO, Ricercatore INAIL, “Impatto della digitalizzazione nel lavoro e nei processi produttivi industriali”
11:10 – TAVOLA ROTONDA: CORRELAZIONE TRA CYBER SECURITY, SECURITY & SAFETY

Modera: Mark LOWE, Amministratore delegato Monact Risk Assessment Services

  • Alessio ACETI, CEO Sababa Security
  • Antonio IERANÒ, Cybersecurity Expert  Proofpoint
  • Amir LEVINTAL, CEO Cylus
  • Paolo SCOTTO DI CASTELBIANCO, già Direttore della Scuola di formazione del Dipartimento delle Informazioni per la Sicurezza (DIS) – Cyber security expert
  • Georgy SHEBULDAEV, Responsabile del Growth Center Kaspersky
12:20 – INTERVENTO DI CHIUSURA PRIMA SESSIONE
  • Francesco MORELLI, CISO TERNA, “Analisi degli cyber impatti derivanti dall’emergenza COVID-19”
  • Aldo SEBASTIANI, SVP Cyber Security & Digital Competence Center Divisione Cyber Security – Leonardo, “Sovranità digitale, tecnologica e cyber security. L’approccio di Leonardo nel contesto europeo e nazionale.”
13:00 – PAUSA PRANZO
14:30 – APERTURA SECONDA SESSIONE

  • Alessandra MANCINI, Partner Studio Legale B-Right Lawyers “Cybersecurity e Data Privacy: due facce della stessa medaglia”
15:00 – TAVOLA ROTONDA: QUADRO NORMATIVO NAZIONALE E INTERNAZIONALE

Modera : Luisa FRANCHINA, Presidente dell’AIIC (Associazione Italiana Esperti Infrastrutture Critiche)

  • Alessandro CATTELINO, Responsabile Sicurezza IT, Gruppo IREN
  • Sandro MARI, Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico Direzione Generale per le Tecnologie delle Comunicazioni e la Sicurezza Informatica – Istituto Superiore C.T.I
  • Andrea PEPATO, Senior Engineer Cyber Security Hitachi Rail
  • Gaetano SANACORE, Cyber Security Manager A2A e Direttore di Cyber Security, Resilienza e Continuità Operativa per il Comitato Nazionale della Rete Elettrica
  • Roberto SURLINELLI, Polizia Postale, Direttore tecnico della Polizia di Stato, Dirigente della terza sezione “Analisi” del Compartimento Polizia Postale e delle Comunicazioni per la Liguria – Genova
16:00 – INTERVENTO DI CHIUSURA DELLA TAVOLA ROTONDA

  • Luisa FRANCHINA, Presidente dell’AIIC (Associazione Italiana Esperti Infrastrutture Critiche), ), “Il panorama normativo di cyber security”
16:20 – DEMO KASPERSKY “Aspetti operativi nella gestione dell’Industrial Cybersecurity”
16:40 – INTERVENTO INTRODUTTIVO ALLA TAVOLA ROTONDA

  • Gianna DETONI, Presidente e Fondatore PANTA RAY, “Supply Chain or Supply risks?”
17:00 – TAVOLA ROTONDA: SUPPLY CHAIN E CONTESTO CERTIFICATIVO OSE
(OPERATORS OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES)

Modera: Gian Luigi PUGNI, CEI (Comitato Elettrotecnico Italiano) member, Cyber Expert

  • Andrea FOSCHINI, Responsabile della sicurezza delle informazioni TERNA
  • Cosimo FRANCO, General Manager Certiquality
  • Luca PATTI, Esperto Sicurezza IT, Gruppo IREN
  • Gianluca RIGLIETTI, Responsabile della ricerca e dell’intelligence PANTA RAY
18:00 – CHIUSURA DELLA SECONDA SESSIONE E DEL PRIMO GIORNO DI CONFERENZA
17 Settembre

9:30 – 17:30

9:30 – APERTURA DELLA SECONDA GIORNATA E DELLA TERZA SESSIONE, VIDEO E CONTRIBUTI DALL’AREA ESPOSITIVA
9:45 – INTERVENTO INTRODUTTIVO
  • Marco BOERO, Green Mobility Business Unit Manager AlgoWatt, “Smart city resilience: data, knowledge, awareness”
10:10 – TAVOLA ROTONDA: IOT E INFRASTRUTTURE CRITICHE

Modera: Mario MARCHESE, Professore Ordinario, Dipartimento DITEN, Scuola Politecnica – Università degli Studi di Genova

  • Massimo CENTOFANTI, Manager Divisione CybSEc, aizoOn
  • Cristiana DEGANO, RD Manager, Gruppo Sigla
  • Fabio MARTINELLI, CNR e Vice Chairman European Cyber Security Organization (ECSO)
  • Andrea PEPATO, Senior Engineer Cyber Security, Hitachi Rail
  • Evgeniya PONOMAREVA, Responsabile dello sviluppo aziendale, KasperskyOS
11:30 – INTERVENTI INTRODUTTIVI

  • Diego SCHIAVONI, Responsabile Direzione Tecnica Standard Tecnologie Telecomunicazioni RFI, “La Sicurezza Informatica nel settore ferroviario: un punto di vista del Gestore Infrastruttura”
  • Nicola BLEFARI MELAZZI, Direttore CNIT (Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario per le Telecomunicazioni), “5G Networks: Concept and Main Security Issues”
11:55 – TAVOLA ROTONDA: 5G E INFRASTRUTTURE CRITICHE

Modera: Raffaele BOLLA, Dipartimento DITEN, Scuola Politecnica – Università degli Studi di Genova

  • Fabio COCURULLO, Head of Grants, Collaborations and Prototypes Divisione Cyber Security – Leonardo
  • Mario MARCHESE, Professore Ordinario, Dipartimento DITEN, Scuola Politecnica – Università degli Studi di Genova
  • Antonio SFAMELI, Government & Industry Relations Director Ericsson
12:40 – INTERVENTO CONCLUSIVO ALLA TAVOLA ROTONDA

  • Giovanni CUSANO, Head of Monitoring Systems CETENA, e Stefano NERVI, Sales Manager e Project Engineer SEASTEMA, “Il monitoraggio strutturale sul nuovo ponte: la gestione dei dati e la sicurezza delle informazioni”
13:00 – PAUSA PRANZO
14:30 – APERTURA DELLA QUARTA SESSIONE

  • Tom ALEXANDROVICH, Head of Aviation Guidance Department – Critical Infrastructures Division – Israel National Cyber Directorate (INCD), “Critical Infrastructures Risk Assessment | Attack based scenario approach”
  • Davide ANGUITA, Professore Ordinario, Dipartimento DIBRIS, Scuola Politecnica – Università degli Studi di Genova, “Intelligenza Artificiale, sicurezza e affidabilità”
15:15 – TAVOLA ROTONDA: INTELLIGENZA ARTIFICIALE E INFRASTRUTTURE CRITICHE

Modera: Davide ANGUITA, Professore Ordinario, Dipartimento DIBRIS, Scuola Politecnica – Università degli Studi di Genova

  • Federica BISIO, Head Data Scientist aramis, aizoOn
  • Marco BRESSANI, CEO DigitalTree Innovation Habitat e Membro del Comitato Esecutivo di C1A0 expo
  • Vieri EMILIANI, Head of Innovation Maps Group
  • Fabrizio MATTA, CEO Cybermind
  • Luca ONETO, Professore Associato, Dipartimento DIBRIS, Scuola Politecnica – Università degli Studi di Genova
16:20 – TAVOLA ROTONDA: HUMAN ERROR, PREVENZIONE E GESTIONE

Modera: Paola GIRDINIO Presidente START 4.0– Professore Ordinario, Dipartimento DITEN, Scuola Politecnica – Università degli Studi di Genova

  • Alessio ACETI, CEO Sababa Security
  • Daniele ALÌ, VP cyber security Fincanteri
  • Alessandro ARMANDO, Professore Ordinario, CIRCIE (Centro Interdipartimentale di Ricerca per la Cyber Security of Critical Infrastructures) – Scuola Politecnica – Università degli Studi di Genova
  • Danilo MASSA, CTO divisione CybSec, aizoOn
  • Paolo PRINETTO, Professore Ordinario e Presidente del Consorzio Interuniversitario Nazionale per l’Informatica, Direttore del Laboratorio Nazionale di Cybersecurity
17:30 – SALUTI FINALI E CONCLUSIONE DEI LAVORI

10th CSET Technical Visit: Freight and ferry security controls and procedures in the port of Genoa (by invitation only)

 

The visit, conducted by the Port Security Officer of Genoa Port Authority, will lead the guests through a short but significant route in the Security management of this important critical infrastructure.
Goods and people, ideal union to make the operation of protection device complex. Counter-terrorism, smuggling, illegal immigration and unauthorized transport of dangerous goods. The critical set of threats to keep under control.
All this requires an articulate and dynamic security machine.
The guests will be able to watch “in live” the control operations of one of the main cargo terminals, with the possibility of observing the interaction of technological systems in support of the operators and the interconnections with national data platforms.
To integrate the experience the guests will be immersed in the articulate reality of the passenger control, in the complex purview of national and international ferry terminal.

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11th June: Welcome Cocktail and Tour of the University campus of Savona Smart Microgrid (by invitation only)

12th June – CSET2018 DAY ONE: Cyber Security for Energy Infrastructure

  • Policy & Organization: Security by design – Awareness, Communication, Human factor, Behavioral Pattern Analysis. Enabling concepts (Behind the scenes of cyber incident: APT corp. communications case study – How can security teams successfully fight advanced threats? – Why did big brands, some with big cybersecurity budgets, fall victim to attack in 2017? – Next generation, complex threats require more: it’s about the right security process, expertise and tools)
  • The Cyber Security, Resilience and Business Continuity for Electrical Grid National Committee 4-years activity budget
  • The threats and opportunities of IoT security (Taking responsibility for IoT beyond your business)
  • Networking – B2B Session

13th June – CSET 2018 DAY TWO: Cyber Security for Transport & Mobility infrastructure

  • Security in critical infrastructure for transport, threat landscape, awareness and how two move on
  • Securing big urban data and critical national infrastructure in smart environments
  • Society 5.0 – integrating man and machine
  • Networking – B2B Session

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Here are the topics of the conference:

Panel 1
National Strategy for Cyber Security of SCADA Systems. The coordination role of the National CERT for the Electrical Critical Infrastructures Protection
Panel 2
Role of the National Observatory for the Cyber Security, Resilience and Business Continuity for Electrical Networks. Work in Progress
Panel 3
Electrical Network: Generation, Transmission and National Distribution. Functionality Management and Operational Security
Panel 4
National Electrical Grids. SCADA, RTU, IED, Meters and Remote Control – Highlighted Vulnerabilities
Panel 5
National Electrical Grids. Cyber Security Best Practices & Standards – State of the Art and Future Improvements

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