Publications – Alessandro Guarino

Papers

2018 – Planes, Trains, and Automobiles: A New Dimension in Cyber Conflict

The Journal of Intelligence and Cyber Security – Vol 1, No 1 (2018)

2018 – “Internal Architecture for Software Autonomous Intelligent Agents

in “Proceedings of the NATO IST-152 Workshop on Intelligent Autonomous Agents for Cyber Defence and Resilience” – Prague, Czech Republic, October 18-20, 2017, CEUR-WS Vol. 2057

2018 – “Hello World” Autonomous Agent

in “Toward Intelligent Autonomous Agents for Cyber Defense: Report of the 2017 Workshop by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Research Group IST-152-RTG” – US Army Research Laboratory ARL-SR-0395 – April 2018

2017 – Imposing and Evading Cyber Borders: The Sovereignty Dilemma 

Cyber, Intelligence, and Security – Volume 1, No. 2, June 2017 – INSS, Tel Aviv

2015 – Information Security Standards in Critical Infrastructure Protection

Presented on 11 November 2015 during ISSE 2015 in Berlin –  published in  “ISSE 2015  – Highligths of the Information Security Solutions Europe 2015 Conference“, pp- 263-269, H. Reimer – N. Pohlmann – W. Schneider (eds.),  Springer 2015 – ISBN 978-3-658-10933-2

2014 – What Now? – Data Retention Scenarios After the ECJ Ruling

Presented on 14 October 2014 during ISSE 2014 in Bruxelles – Published in “ISSE 2014 Securing Electronic Business Processes – Highligths of the Information Security Solutions Europe Conference 2013” (p. 249.255), H. Reimer – N. Pohlmann – W. Schneider (eds.),  Springer 2014 – ISBN 978-3-658-06707-6

2014 – Near-real time Forensics Techniques for Active Cyber Defence

2014 – CEN/CENELEC/ETSI Cyber Security Coordination Group White Paper No. 1 “Recommendations for a Strategy on European Cyber Security Standardisation” (co-author)

2014 – Cyber Security of National Critical Infrastructures, industry awareness in North East Italy (Sicurezza Cibernetica Nazionale, la consapevolezza delle aziende nei settori critici del Nord Est, in Italian)

ISACA Venice Chapter. Co-author

2013 – Digital Forensics as a Big Data Challenge

Presented on 23 October 2013 during ISSE 2013 in Bruxelles – Published in “ISSE 2013 Securing Electronic Business Processes – Highligths of the Information Security Solutions Europe Conference 2013“, H. Reimer – N. Pohlmann – W. Schneider (eds.),  Springer 2013 – ISBN 978-3-658-03370-5

2013 – Autonomous Intelligent Agents in Cyber Offence

Presented at CyCon 2013 June 5th 2013 in Tallinn – Published in  “5th International Conference on Cyber Conflict – Proceedings”, K. Podins – J. Stinissen – M. Maybaum (eds.), IEEE 2013 – ISBN 978-9949-9211.4.0

2012 – Digital Forensics in a Cyber Warfare Context

Published here: Digital Forensics in a Cyber Warfare Context

Articles and White Papers

2019 L’Intelligenza Artificiale alla prova del GDPR (Italian)

UNI U&C Magazine February 2019 – UNINFO Special Issue on Cybersecurity

2018 – Improving recognition of ICT security standards – Recommendations for the Member States for the conformance to NIS Directive (co-author)

ENISA Deliverable – 1 February 2018

2014 – Opinions clash at cyber conflict workshop in Rome (And an Interview to Michael Schmitt co-authored with Vitali Vitaliev)

Engineering and Technology Magazine – July 2014 – Issue 7

2014 – Cyber Security of National Critical Infrastructures, industry awareness in North East Italy (Sicurezza Cibernetica Nazionale, la consapevolezza delle aziende nei settori critici del Nord Est, in Italian)

ISACA Venice Chapter. Co-author

2014 – CEN/CENELEC/ETSI Cyber Security Coordination Group White Paper No. 1 “Recommendations for a Strategy on European Cyber Security Standardisation” (co-author)

2013 – The State vs. The People

Engineering and Technology Magazine – November 2013 – Issue 10

2013 – Intelligent weapons are coming

Engineering and Technology Magazine – September  2013 – Issue 8

Talks

Artificial Intelligence and Data (Panel) – Global Forum 2019 – Angers

Digital Policy, Regulation & Governance (Panel) – Global Forum 2019 – Angers

YAKSHA Ambassadors’ event

Introduction the the YASHA project and focus sessions on GDPR compliance, Autonomous Cyber Defence and Horizon 2020.

29 July 2019 – CyberSecurity Malaysia, Menara Cyber Axis – Cyberjaya, Malaysia

Threat Intelligence and Attack Predictions in the ASEAN Region: the YAKSHA platform

19 June 2019 – EEMA Annual Conference, London

Overview of the Autonomous Intelligent Agent’s Architecture

19 March 2019 – 1st NATO-Industry Workshop on Autonomous Cyberdefence – Cranfield University

The Geopolitics of Artificial Intelligence

17 February 2019 – Pirate Security Conference – Munich

Software Autonomous Intelligent Agents: internal architecture and how they fit into the Internet of Battlefield Things landscape

8 February 2019 – IET CS4ICS Cyber Defence, Security and the CNI – Savoy Place – London

Schemi di certificazione privacy e security come fattore di riduzione del rischio compliance (Certification schemes as a risk-reduction factor for data protection compliance)

5 February 2019  – Winter is coming: adapt to react! (Presentation of the Polimi Information Security and Privacy Observatory) – Milan

Technical Standards on Ethics AND/OR Regulation? (tavola rotonda organizzata da IEEE)

1 February 2019 – CPDP Data Protection and Democracy – Brussels, Area 42 Grand

EU / ASEAN Cybersecurity Ecosystem and the YAKSHA Platform

31 January 2019 – YAKSHA Business Model Workshop – Brussels

AI vs. the GDPR – Ethical Artificial Intelligence beyond the GDPR

7 November 2018 – ISSE 2018 – Brussels

The role of technical standards for security and privacy – Panelist

14 June 2018 – Annual Privacy Forum 2018 – Barcelona

Cyber standardization for products and services: prospect for European and International standards within the CyberAct – Panelist

13 February 2018 – Cybersecurity Act . Establishing the link between Standardization and Certification – CEN-CENELEC-ETSI Conference – Marriott Hotel, Brussels

YAKSHA Project Launch Event – Panel: Cybersecurity – a need of the hour? – Moderator

10 January 2018 – Universidade du Porto, Porto

Forensic Readiness – Digital Forensics for CIOs

15 November 2017 – ISSE 2017 – Brussels

Digital Forensics: l’informatica forense nel processo civile e nel processo penale (seminar of the Lawyers’ association in Vicena)

9 Novembre 2017 – Ordine degli Avvocati di Vicenza, Palazzo Gualdo

Connected Cars, a Very Bad Idea?

1 November 2017 – Seminar on Key Cyber Principles for Connected and Automated Vehicles, SSCS 2017 – The IET Savoy Place – London

Internal Architecture for Software Autonomous Intelligent Agents

18 October 2017 – NATO Science and Technology Organization workshop “Inteligent Autonomous Agents for Cyber Defence and Resilience” – Prague, Czech Technical University

New CEN-CENELEC Technical Committees for Information Security and Data Protection Standardization

19 September 2017 – CEN CENELEC ENISA Event “Cybersecurity and Data Protection Standards in support of European Policy” – Brussels

Connected Vehicles: Security, Privacy, and Economics

5 July 2017 – Privacy vs. Identity – EEMA 30th Annual Conference – London

Attenti allo Stato Etico (Beware of the Ethical State – Italian)

23 June 2017 – e-Privacy XXI 2017 – Pistoia

The Here and Now for Industry – The Perspective of SMEs

16 March 2017 – CEN-CENELC Functional Safety & Cybersecurity Workshop – Brussels

I veicoli connessi: punto focale dell’Internet delle Cose (Italian)

2 March 2017 – Stati Generali dell’Intelligence Economica – Fondazione Sturzo – Rome

Imposing and Evading Cyber Borders: The Dilemma of Sovereignty

16 February 2017 – Pirate Security Conference – Munich

Biometric Implications for Security and Identity (Moderator), Cybersecurity, Cybercrime and Critical Infrastructure (Moderator)

16 November 2016 – ISSE 2016 – Paris

L’auto connessa: una pessima idea (Connected Cars: a bad idea for privacy – Italian)

5 November 2016 – e-Privacy XX 2016 – Sala del Carroccio, Palazzo Senatorio, Rome

Information Security Standards in Critical Infrastructure Protection: a Model for Policymakers

12 October 2016 – Cyber Defence and Security Workshop 2016 – The IET – Savoy Place – London

L’auto connessa: una pessima idea (Connected cars: a bad idea – Italian)

28 June 2016 – DFA Open Day 2016 – University of Milan

Managing Information Security in Europe: challenges for CIOs and CISOs

logo-connect2sea2 March 2016 – EU-ASEAN Chief Information Officer Forum: Building the Digital Platform – BPPT Jakarta – Indonesia

Cyber Security in Europe: priorities, challenges and opportunities for EU-ASEAN cooperation

2 December 2015 – EU-SEA Workshop “International Cooperation in Cyber Security: Towards New Avenues” – Vietnam National University – Hanoi

Information Security Standards in Critical Infrastructure Protection

11 November 2015 – ISSE 2015 – Berlin

What now? Data retention scenarios after the ECJ ruling.

14 October 2014 – ISSE 2014 – Bruxelles

A Framework for  Cost-Benefit Analysis of Critical Infrastructures Cybersecurity Compliance Policies

11 September 2014 – Univeristy of Nicosia – Cyprus

Digital Forensics as a Big Data Challenge

October 23rd, 2013  – ISSE 2013 – Bruxelles

Autonomous Intelligent Agents in Cyber Offence

June 5th, 2013 – CyCon – Tallinn. You can find the video on CCDCOE’s site (Law & Policy section)

La norma ISO/IEC 27037 (Italian)

Talk given on November 10, 2011 at the DFA (Digital Forensics Alumni) Workshop at the University of Milan. Concepts and principles of the ISO/IEC 27037 standard on Digital Evidence, then in development, later published in 2012.

Image forensics review (Italian)

May 20, 2009 – University of Milan. Brief review of the field given as a final presentation for the postgraduate course “Computer Forensics and Digital Investigations”

Open-Source e Automazione-SAVE2007 (Italian)

2007 – SAVE – Verona fair. Talk on the possible use of FOSS and Open Source tools in Industrial Automation and Control Systems.

Thesis

2013 – “Information Security Economics”

University of Verona – B. Sc. – Economics

1999 – “A software library for the analysis of linguistic corpora.” (Italian)

University of Padua – M. Sc. Industrial Engineering. The work details the development and application of a Perl library used for parsing large linguistic datasets as part of a NLP experimental project testing POS tagging rules.

 

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