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Cybersecurity: the meaning of national perimeters

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Ott 2020

9:30 am – 10:45 am

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Cybersecurity: the meaning of national perimeters

We are used to thinking of the web as a global structure, without borders. On the contrary, the so-called cyber security perimeter is like a wall that serves to protect the strategic and vital structures of a single country: databases, services, applications, private and public companies, aerospace industry, small, medium and large enterprises that carry out essential or strategic functions, government agencies, infrastructure. In other words, anything that, if tampered with, could put national security at risk. The national cybersecurity perimeter resembles a sort of defense border on the digital front with regard to public and private subjects and sectors included in the cyber security perimeter. With it the web becomes more and more regional, assimilating for the first time the typical demarcation lines of the boundaries of the physical world. The perimeter, therefore, is an instrument of defense and not of attack, which requires very high standards towards cyber attacks which are destined to multiply on various fronts and could paralyze vital national organs and steal industrial secrets. Its goal is to make every nation safer and, consequently, also more commercially competitive. What are the EU and international standards that can really guarantee high levels of security of networks, information systems and IT services? To what extent can the so-called Golden Power extend the operational scope and the special powers exercisable by governments in highly technological, defense and national security, energy, transport and communications sectors? Will it ever be possible to reach a European security perimeter and how is the concept of “subject outside the European Union” defined today?

 

Introduce: Roberto Viola, DG Connect UE


Roberto Baldoni
, Vicedirettore Generale del Dipartimento delle informazioni per la sicurezza (Dis)

Laura Càrpini, MAECI

Corrado Giustozzi, Clusit Agid

Colin Campbell, CEO, Digi2al

Morten Lehn, Direttore Generale Kaspersky Italia

Rahav Shalom Revivo, Fintech and Cyber Innovation Manager, Israel Finance Ministry

Conclude: Angelo Tofalo, Sottosegretario alla Difesa

Modera: Gabriel Carrer, Giornalista

 

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Roberto Viola

DG Connect UE

Roberto Baldoni

Vicedirettore Generale del Dipartimento delle informazioni per la sicurezza (Dis)

Laura Carpini

Presidente Associazione Donne Diplomatiche MAECI

Corrado Giustozzi

Esperto di sicurezza cibernetica dell'Agenzia per l'Italia Digitale per lo sviluppo del CERT-PA

Colin Cambpell

CEO, Digi2al

Morten Lehn

Direttore Generale Kaspersky Italia

Rahav Shalom Revivo

Fintech and Cyber Innovation Manager, Israel Finance Ministry

Angelo Tofalo

Sottosegretario alla Difesa

Gabriele Carrer

Giornalista

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