Review the Internet Festival

14th Oct 2020

From 8 to 11 October, Pisa (Italy) was the stage for the Internet Festival, the event that for ten years has been investigating the web with dozens of international experts, panels, workshops, contests, training activities and cultural events. The National Research Council presented a range of 13 events both in presence and streaming with the involvement of the Institute of Informatics and Telematics (Cnr-Iit), the Institute of Science and Information Technology (Cnr-Isti), the Institute of Electronics and Information Engineering and Telecommunications (Cnr-Ieiit), the Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques (Cnr-Ittig), the .it Registry and the Fondazione Toscana Gabriele Monasterio. The keyword that unites all the events is #reset, a sort of reset of the system in Covid19 times to start from new online and offline bases.

Talking about Network Security

For the third consecutive year, the CNR-Iit dedicated a whole day to the topic of Network Security with the participation of experts in the field, researchers, representatives of the business world. During the day it was presented the first level Master in Cybersecurity in collaboration with Unipi, Cnr-Iit and Registro (more information below) as well as the research and innovation activities carried out by the “Cybersecurity Lab” in collaboration with industry, public administration and law enforcement agencies. The event counted with the presence of Marco Conti, the Cnr-Iit director and a great painel of speakers: Gianluca Dini (UniPi) and director of Master in Cybersecurity, Silvia Ramondetta responsible for Economic Area in Confindustria Toscana, Paolo Prinetto director of the cybersecurity center of the Cini consortium, Fabio Martinelli, research manager of Cnr-Iit, Marinella Petrocchi (CNR-Iit), Andrea Passarella (CNR-Iit), Filippo Lauria (CNR-Iit), Luca Deri (CNR-Iit).

Luckly, you can review the event here:

Master degree in Cybersecurity

The first level Master’s degree in Cybersecurity, now in its fifth edition, is organized by the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Pisa and the Institute of Informatics and Telematics of the CNR of Pisa.

The aim of the Master is to provide participants with all the theoretical knowledge and skills necessary to prevent, recognize and intervene effectively against cyber threats that may affect not only private citizens, but also businesses and organizations. The program is divided into modules of high specialization and laboratory activities by expert lecturers, with a job-oriented approach, coming from the university and research world.