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Interview on TG Poste
On Thursday 15 December students of the Master in Homeland Security directed by Prof. Setola visited the headquarters of Poste Italiane where they were shown the concrete application of the security sistems they learned during the course. On that occasion, Prof. Roberto Setola stressed the importance of training professionals to work in infrastructure security.
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New article on CybersecurityItalia
IP cameras. Out of about 10,000, 4% are accessible, because the default password is not changed.
In an increasingly fast-paced world, the convenience of installation and configuration takes precedence over many other aspects, including security and privacy. Indeed, a quick configuration is preferred over the security of one’s personal data. The study, and the results it brought, prompt reflection on the lack of awareness that exists today among most of the users who operate on the internet.
The analysis conducted by University Campus BioMedico of Rome highlighted how starting from a device designed to increase the security level of an environment (IP Cameras), it is possible to acquire user’s personal data and contacts, allowing any attacker to expand the perimeter of attack towards every directly connected service. Thus, it seems clear that it’s necessary to raise more and more awareness of the issue, in order to limit unpleasant events such as data breaches related not only to the devices studied but also to third-party services that integrate and extend their operation.CybersecurityItalia
Francesco Flammini's lecture Campus Bio-Medico of Rome 27th July, 2022
Prof. Roberto Setola guest on
Rome, 1-2 March 2022
Cybersecurity has by now become a strategic area for all the Countries, ranging from Defence & Security to industrial policy, technological development and geopolitical implications.
CyberSec2022 is an event promoted by Cybersecurity Italia, the online newspaper created to be the meeting point between companies and experts interested in the consistent growth of the country’s security system, its public administrations and its businesses, with the aim of interacting with institutions, decision-makers politicians, regulatory authorities, professionals, university and research world.
Here a part of the interview: https://bit.ly/3tIRJo5
The digital transformation is profoundly changing the way we live. This is why it is necessary to make a serious effort to implement national cybersecurity strategies to detect, prevent and deter cyber attacks, responding in a coordinated manner with the various institutions involved.
The Cybersecurity National Lab intends to contribute to the creation of the national cybersecurity ecosystem, putting in place the excellence of cybersecurity research in Italy and offering public and institutional decision-makers their contribution to secure the Italian cyberspace and increasing the competitiveness of the country.
Interview on Rainews24
On Friday 13 November Rainews24 broadcasted a special dedicated on the investigation “Data Thief in Healthcare” by Federico Marconi and Giorgio Saracino.
The investigation deals with cyber-attacks in the pharmaceutical and healthcare world and also concerns theft of documents not only by state-backed hackers. The news video winners of the ninth edition of the Roberto Morrione Award for investigative journalism.
In the following the interview with Professor Roberto Setola
Federico Marconi and Giorgio Saracino
Drones in rescue operations everywhere
Bringing help to inaccessible locations by using drones is the aim of the “Drones for Healthcare” project carried out by Consorzio Elis , which promotes innovation by supporting young entrepreneurs.Research Italy
New article on La Repubblica
The rules to start up again – entering phase two of the national lockdown measures
The Lazio Sicuro project will cooperate with a task force of LazioLab, involving many University Professors such as Professor Roberto SetolaLa Repubblica
New Interview on Panorama
A compromise between privacy and security
Putting into practise phase two of the lockdown measures in Italy, the treatment of health data becomes more and more important. A well-balanced approach is needed