Francesca Bosco
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Francesca Bosco

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Francesca Bosco obtained earned a law degree in International Law and was a practicing attorney for two years before joining UNICRI in 2006 as a member of the Emerging Crimes Unit. In her capacity Francesca is responsible for cybercrime prevention projects, and in conjunction with key strategic partners, has developed new methodologies and strategies for researching and countering computer related crimes. She has collaborated on different cybercrime and cybersecurity related projects, both at European and at international level. More recently, Francesca is researching and developing technical assistance and capacity building programs to counter the involvement of organized crime in cybercrime, as well as on the legal implications and future scenarios of cyberterrorism and cyber war. Furthermore, she is researching and managing projects on hate speech online and on data protection issues related to automated profiling.She is member of the Advisory Groups on Gender and on Secure Societies in the framework of Horizon2020 and of the Internet Security Expert Group of the EC3.She is visiting researcher at CENTRIC,member of the Centre Internet & Human Rights of European University Viadrina and advisory board member of the Cybercrime Institute.She is member of the TLC Executive Committee.More recently Ms. Bosco is researching and developing technical assistance and capacity building programs to counter the involvement of organized crime in cybercrime and a methodology with which to ascertain the social and financial ramifications of cybercrime and online abuse. She is member of the TLC Executive Committee.
Luca Luparia
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Luca Luparia

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Luca Lupária is Professor of Criminal Procedure at the Università di Milano, where he also teaches Penitentiary Law. He graduated from the Law School of the Università di Milano (magna cum laude) and he received his PhD from University of Bologna Alma Mater Studiorum. Luca is the author of several scientific articles published in legal books or periodicals (both Italian and international) in the fields of comparative law, procedural law and evidence. Prof. Lupária has published monographs on the confession of the accused, the theory of double jeopardy and the use of information technology in criminal investigation. On relations between the penal system and new technologies, he has also coordinated the volumes “The criminal justice system and computer crimes” and “DNA database and criminal proceedings”. He is member of the editorial board of the review “Law, Probability and Risk” published by Oxford University Press. Prof. Lupária is a coordinator of research projects, funded by the European Union and Ministry for the University, and he has carried out educational and research activities in Europe and abroad. He is member of the Milan Bar. He is member of the TLC Executive Committee.
Giuseppe Vaciago
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Giuseppe Vaciago

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Giuseppe Vaciago has been a lawyer and a member of the Milan Bar since 2002 and for the last 10 years his primary focus has been IT Law with a focus on cyber crime. He has assisted many national and international IT companies. Academically, he received his PhD on Digital Forensics from Università di Milano and he is a lecturer at Insubria University (Varese and Como) where he holds a course on IT law. He recently attended Fordham Law School and Stanford Law School as a ‘Visiting Scholar’ to expand his studies in his own particular research area. Giuseppe Vaciago is the author of many publications on cybercrime, including both scientific journals and textbooks, which have been adopted by the University where he teaches. He has also delivered many lectures and presentations in both Italy and abroad. He is member of the TLC Executive Committee.
Stefano Zanero
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Stefano Zanero

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Stefano Zanero received a PhD in Computer Engineering from Politecnicodi Milano, where he is currently an assistant professor with theDipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria. His researchfocuses on mobile malware, malware analysis, and systems security.Besides teaching “Computer Security” and “Computer Forensics” atPolitecnico, he has an extensive speaking and training experience inItaly and abroad. He co-authored over 50 scientific papers and books. Heis a Senior Member of the IEEE (covering volunteer positions at nationaland regional level), the IEEE Computer Society (for which he is a memberof the Board of Governors), and a lifetime senior member of the ACM.Stefano co-founded the Italian chapter of ISSA (Information SystemSecurity Association). He has been named a Fellow of ISSA and sits inits International Board of Directors. A long time op-ed writer formagazines (among which “Computer World”), Stefano is also a co-founderand chairman of Secure Network, a leading information securityconsulting firm based in Milan and in London, and a co-founder of18Months, a cloud-based ticketing solutions provider.
Marco Gercke
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Marco Gercke

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Prof. Dr. Marco Gercke is the director of the Cybercrime Research Institute. He holds a PhD in criminal law with a focus on cybercrime and he has taught law for several years, especially related to cybercrime and European criminal Law. The focus of his research is on international aspects of law related to cybercrime. In this respect he is working as an expert for several international organisations among them the Council of Europe, the European Union, the United Nations and the International Telecommunication Union. One key element of the research he does, are the challenges related to the fight against cybercrime and the difficulties in developing a legal response in the common law and civil law systems. The latest research covers the activities of terrorist organisations on the Internet, legal response to identity theft, Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing activities involving Internet technology and the responsibility of ISPs. Marco is a frequent national and international speaker and author of more than 60 publications related to the topic cybercrime. In addition to articles and books he published several studies. Marco was co-chair of the working group set up by the Council of Europe to support the drafting of the Guidelines for the cooperation between law enforcement and Internet service providers against cybercrime adopted at the 2008 Octopus Conference and member of the ITU High Level Expert Group. He is member of the German Bar and Secretary of the Criminal Law Department of the German Society for Law and Informatics.
Bert-Jaap Koops
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Bert-Jaap Koops

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Prof.dr. Bert-Jaap Koops is Professor of Regulation & Technology at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), the Netherlands. From 2005-2010, he was a member of De Jonge Akademie, a young-researcher branch of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.His main research field is law & technology, in particular criminal-law issues such as cybercrime, cyber-investigation powers, and DNA forensics. He is also interested in other topics of technology regulation, including privacy, data protection, identity, digital constitutional rights, ‘code as law’, human enhancement, and regulation of bio- and nanotechnologies.Koops co-edited seven books in English on technology regulation, Emerging Electronic Highways (1996), ICT Law and Internationalisation (2000), Starting Points for ICT Regulation (2006),Cybercrime and Jurisdiction: A Global Survey (2006), Constitutional Rights and New Technologies (2008), Dimensions of Technology Regulation (2010), and Engineering the Human (2013) . He has published many articles and books in English and Dutch on a wide variety of topics. Koops’ WWW Crypto Law Survey is a standard publication on crypto regulation of worldwide renown.
Alessandro Mantelero
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Alessandro Mantelero is aggregate professor of Private Law and professor of Innovation and International Transactions Law at the Polytechnic University of Turin. He is also Director of Privacy and Faculty Fellow at the Nexa Center for Internet and Society and Programme Coordinator of the Double Degree program in Management and IP Law (Polytechnic University of Turin and Tongji University of Shanghai). Mantelero’s research interests lie primarily in the area of law & technology. His research has explored topics including data protection, cloud computing, big data, robotics law, internet law, e-government. He has published three books, as well as over seventy articles and book chapters. He was Visiting Researcher at Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University (2012), Visiting Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute (2013 and 2014) and Visiting Professor at the Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology (2013).
Stephen Mason
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Stephen Mason

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Stephen Mason is a barrister, an Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in London, and a member of the IT Panel of the General Council of the Bar of England and Wales. He is the author of Electronic Signatures in Law (3rd edn, Cambridge University Press, 2012) and Electronic Banking: Protecting Your Rights (PP Publishing, 2012); and the general editor of Electronic Evidence (3rd edn, LexisNexis Butterworths, 2012) and International Electronic Evidence (British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 2008). He founded the international journal Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review, which has become an international focal point for researchers in the area. Stephen has acted as the external marker in postgraduate degrees dealing with electronic evidence: LLM at the University of Oslo (2006), PhD at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.
Fabio Roli
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Fabio Roli

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Fabio Roli received his M.S. degree, with honours, and Ph.D. degree inElectronic Engineering from the University of Genoa, Italy. He wasadjunct professor at the University of Trento, Italy, in 1993 and 1994.In 1995, he joined the Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering ofthe University of Cagliari, Italy, where he is now professor of computerengineering and head of the research group on pattern recognition andapplications (http://pralab.diee.unica.it). Dr Roli has always done research on pattern recognition and image analysis, in the context of real applications including biometric recognition, video surveillance, and computer security. He did seminal work on the fusion of multiple classifiers and its applications to computer and ambient security. Onthese topics, he has published more than two hundred papers at conferences and on journals. He gave many invited lectures on this topic,including plenary talks on adversarial classification at internationalconferences. Dr Roli served as member in many panels of funding agencies, including the advisory panel of NATO Information and Communications Security. He was the team leader of many projects funded by the European Union, Italian research agencies, and private companies, with a budget ofover four millions of Euros. He is Fellow of the IEEE, Fellow of theInternational Association for Pattern Recognition, and Member of the TopItalian Scientists list of the VIA Academy. He was the chairman of theIAPR Technical Committee on Statistical Techniques in Pattern Recognition from 2004 to 2008. Dr Roli is a member of the governing boards of the International Association for Pattern Recognition and of the IEEESystems, Men and Cybernetics Society.
Andrea Rossetti
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Andrea Rossetti

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Andrea Rossetti graduated in Philosophy of Law, obtaining the maximum score (110/110 with honours). In 1997 he gained a research doctorate in Analytical Philosophy and general theory of law at Milan University. In April 1998 he won a post-doc scholarship at University of Cagliari Law Faculty. On March 2005 he was hired as an associate professor of Philosophy of Law and IT Law at Università di Milano - Bicocca campus. He has three areas of interest: deontic logic used as a model to describe the relationship between a legal system's laws; legal ontology studied in connection with the influence that ICT has on social structures; the study of policies linked to the use of new technologies in the public sphere. Since 1999 he has edited a magazine, "ReF - Recensioni Filosofiche". Since 2001 he has been coordinator of the Philosophy of Law section of the research doctorate in legal sciences at Bicocca. His publications span the philosophy of deontic logic and social conduct, and more recently the concept of law in virtual worlds, the concept of privacy and digital legal documents.
Davide Ariu
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Davide Ariu is a Research Associate at University of Cagliari, working with the Pattern Recognition and Applications Lab. His research focuses on machine learning applications to Information and Computer Security. He has co­authored about 20 publications in peer­reviewed venues, including international journals, conferences, and workshops. Within the Lab, he is also responsible to coordinate the participation to EU funded research projects, and has been recently involved in the projects DOGANA, CyberROAD , and ILLBuster. He is IEEE member and among the organizers of the Summer School on Computer Security and Privacy “Building Trust in the Information Age”. In 2015 he co­founded Pluribus One, a research intensive Spin­Off of the University of Cagliari which aims at providing solutions based on pattern­recognition and machine­learning technologies for real­world applications.
Marilu' Capparelli
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Marilù Capparelli is currently Google Senior Counsel - Head of Legal for Italy - Greece -Turkey. Ms. Capparelli is an Italian qualified lawyer with experience within major international law firms and in house.Before joining Google, Ms. Capparelli was Head of Legal and Government Affairs or Italy at eBay. She works mainly on IP, Litigation, Privacy, Regulatory matters and strategic commercial deals. She graduated and has a PHD at the University of Bologna where she used to be lecturer in the Civil Law Department.Ms. Capparelli is the author of several legal articles and she frequently gives speeches at legal and policy conferences. In 2012 Ms. Capparelli was awarded with the ILO European Counsel Awards 2012 as Individual of the Year – Regulatory non-financial.
Giovanna Corrias Lucente
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Giovanna Corrias Lucente has gained extensive experience in criminal law. She is an expert in computer crimes, Information Technology, Media and Communications Law, data protection and criminal liability of legal entities. Since the foundation, she has been the director of the criminal law journal: "The right of information and information technology." She has written numerous essays and participated in seminars and conferences in the areas of interest and, especially, on computer crimes and responsibilities on the internet. Already, in 1987, she wrote the essay "Computing and criminal law. Ideas for a comparison with U.S. law "; in 1989 she spoke at the Fourth Congress of computer law on the topic: "First considerations on the subject of criminal responsibility and management of expert systems"; in 2000, she published the book: "The Criminal Law of the means of mass communication" and in 2010 she was Rapporteur for Italy at the Washington Congress on the Law of New Technologies.
Paolo Dal Checco
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Paolo Dal Checco received his PhD in Computer and Network Security from the University of Turin. After few years in the field communication security, he focused on Computer Forensics and Digital Investigations as an Expert Witness. Together with Giuseppe Dezzani he founded the "Digital Forensics Bureau" consulting firm, which does business with and for Government, Law Enforcement Officers, Lawyers and Companies. He is one of the founders of the DEFT Linux Association - which is behind the DEFT Open Source forensics toolkit project - and member of IISFA, CLUSIT, AIP and other security/forensics associations.
Giuseppe Dezzani
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Giuseppe Dezzani

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Giuseppe Dezzani worked as an Officer in the Italian Army for communications and security operational logistics in internationals missions. He finalized his IT studies and he has been working in Digital Forensics since 1998, dealing with more than 1,500 cases. He is enrolled in the Consultants' Register for the Italian Prosecutors and Courts since 2003. In 2012 he co-founded the Digital Forensics Bureau consulting firm with Paolo Dal Checco.
Ferdinando Ditaranto
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Ferdinando Ditaranto is a member of the Italian Law Enforcement. He is responsible for the Computer Crimes Area - Criminal Police Section at the Prosecutor's Office of Monza. He works as a digital forensics analyst for judges and prosecutors. He obtained a post-graduate degree in Computer Forensics and Digital Investigations from the University of Milan and specialist certifications (CIFI, ACE). He teaches Digital Investigations and Digital Forensics courses for law enforcement, judges, prosecutors and lawyers in Monza. Finally, he speaks at various academic and business specialized seminars.
Mattia Epifani
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Mattia Epifani

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Mattia Epifani is CEO at Reality Net – System Solutions, an Italianconsulting company involved in InfoSec and Digital Forensics, andresearcher at ITTIG - CNR. He works as a digital forensics analyst forjudges, prosecutors, lawyers and private companies, both as CourtWitness Expert and Digital Forensics Expert. He obtained a UniversityDegree in computer science in Genoa and a post-graduate course inComputer Forensics and Digital Investigations in Milan. In the last fewyears he has obtained several certifications in Digital Forensics andEthical Hacking (GNFA, GREM, GCFA, GMOB, CIFI, CEH, CHFI, ACE, AME,ECCE, CCE, MPSC) and took various SANS classes (Computer Forensics and Incident Response, Windows Memory Forensics, Mobile Device Security and Ethical Hacking, Reverse Engineering Malware, Network Forensic Analyst, Advanced Smartphone Forensics, Securing Windows). He is a regular speaker on Digital Forensics matters in different Italian and Europeanuniversities and events (DFRWS, SANS European Digital ForensicsSummit, ISC2 EMEA Congress, Security Summit, IISFA Forum, DFA Open Day, DEFT Conference). Author of the book “Learning iOS Forensics” edited by PacktPub in March 2015. He is also a member of DFA, IISFA and ONIF.
Stefano Fratepietro
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Stefano Fratepietro graduated from Bologna University in 2006 in information technology for management - and obtained various accreditations in the field for Ethical Hacking: OSSTMM Professional Security Tester (OPST) and Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP). He is the founder and CISO of Tesla Consulting srl, a consulting Italian firm in the field of digital forensics and information security. He is the creator and the project leader of DEFT, one of the most used suite for Digital Forensics and Incident Response use.
Davide Gabrini
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Davide Gabrini

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Davide Gabrini has been in the Italian National Police Force since 1997 and he specializes in digital forensics and investigations into IT offences, as well as being involved in research and development and staff training.Davide has been instructed on a number of occasions to act as an expert witness in both criminal and civil proceedings. He teaches IT security and digital forensics courses at various universities as well as at organizations in the public and private sector. He is a member of IISFA – the International Information Systems Forensics Association – since the Italian branch was established, Davide was captain of the wining team of IISFA’s 2008 CyberCop. As Certified Information Forensics Investigator and ACE, Davide was a member of the DEFT Linux development team.
Marco Tullio Giordano
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Marco Tullio Giordano

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Qualifying in 2008, Marco has built up considerable experience in criminal law relating to new technology, with a particular focus on IT security, on crimes of opinion and liability on the part of private individuals and businesses on the Internet; he works for a number of leading web companies. He has worked with the IT Law Department at the Università di Milano since 2005 and has been a PhD student at the Università di Milano-Bicocca, working on the phenomenon of digital identity and the law protecting online reputation. A member of the Milan Criminal Lawyers Association, Marco is on the committee which is in charge of the association’s website. The author of a number of publications concerning criminal offences in the IT world, he also contributes online, with articles and comments on the law and new technology.
Federico Maggi
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Federico Maggi is a Senior Threat Researcher with Trend Micro’s Forward-Looking ThreatResearch (FTR) team, an elite team of researchers fighting against cybercriminals and scouting the future of the Internet to predict the futureevolutions of cybercrime.His research interests, mainly developed during his MSc and PhD, revolvearound various topics under the “cyber security” and “cyber crime” umbrellaterms, such as threat analysis and intelligence, malware analysis, mobilesecurity, fraud analysis and detection, web- and social-network securityand data visualization.Before joining Trend Micro, he was an Assistant Professor at Dipartimento diElettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria (DEIB), Politecnico di Milano inItaly, where he co-directed the system-security group at the NECSTLaboratory.In his career, he had extensive collaboration with the academic securitycommunity (e.g., UCSB, FORTH, NEU, Stony Brook, KU Leven, and RHUL) and thesecurity industry as consultant, and he has given several lectures andtalks as an invited speaker at international venues and research schools. Healso serve in the review or organizing committees of well-known conferences.
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Marco is a researcher in IT Law. He holds an Adv. LL.M. in Law and Digital Technologies at Leiden University (The Netherlands), awarded LExS Gold – Leiden Excellence Student 2014. He has also a Master’s degree in Law (magna cum laude) from the University of Turin (Italy) with a final thesis in procedural guarantees and biometrics. Marco’s research is mainly focused on digital social media and fundamental rights. His recent studies are centered on presumption of innocence and ‘predictive policing’ applied into the EU legal framework. He is a contributor to the Tech and Law Center and Media Laws blogs.
Daniel Nagel
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Daniel Nagel is a member of the IT Law Department of BRP Renaud & Partner. He focuses his practice on online and offline privacy issues, data security and international law. Nagel is a permanent contributor to the Austrian UN CISG database and a member of the Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence, University of Leeds. He studied law at the University of Heidelberg, the University of Innsbruck and at Leeds University. He has published numerous papers in the field of privacy and co-authored the book “Digital Whoness: Identity, Privacy and Freedom in the Cyberworld” with M. Eldred and R. Capurro.
Pierluigi Perri
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Pierluigi Perri

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Pierluigi Perri, PhD, is Full Time Researcher in Computer Law and Adjunc Professor in Advanced Cpmputer Law at the Law School of University of Milan (Italy). His research interests are privacy and data protection, information security, computer crimes and computer forensics. He obtained a Law degree from the University of Modena. From the University of Bologna he gained a Specialization Course in Legal Informatics and New Technologies Law and a PhD in Legal Informatics and IT Law. He was Non residential Fellow at the Center for Internet and Society of Stanford Law School and Visiting Postdoctoral Associate at the Information Society Project of Yale Law School. He was also Visiting Researcher at the Legal and Corporate Affairs Department of Microsoft Inc., Redmond (USA). He is author of two books ("Data protection and new technologies: national, European and United States issues", and "Privacy, Law and Information Security") and of many scientific publications related to IT law and information security. He is Deputy Director of the law journal "Cyberspazio e Diritto". He is member of the Milan Bar and member of the Scientific Committee of ISFA Italian Chapter (Information Systems Forensics Association) and AIPSI (Italian Association of Information Security Professionals).
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Born in 1988, he graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon in 2010, where he also completed a Postgraduate course in Intellectual Property and Information Society Law. David is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Criminal Sciences at the same University, focusing on Cybercrime and Digital Evidence. He has done extensive research on the subject of the Dark Web and the use of online anonymizing tools, as well as on legal and technical aspects of cloud computing. David has been invited to speak on a number of occasions on Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, including on the topic of Cybercrime, and is currently awaiting publication of his second article, concerning the collection of criminal evidence in cloud computing.
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Stefano Ricci

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Stefano graduated with honours from the Sacro Cuore Catholic University of Milan in 2000. Currently researching his PhD in philosophy and sociology of law at the University of Milan-Bicocca with his thesis on global standards in privacy, Stefano has a number of publications to his name on the topic of privacy and criminal law relating to economics and to IP. As English speaker, Stefano advises clients not only at home but also abroad on a wide range of issues concerning the law governing new technologies, privacy law, IT security law and criminal law relating to economics and to IP both in connection with court proceedings as well as out-of-court matters.
Pasquale Stirparo
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Pasquale Stirparo is Senior Incident Response Engineer and Threat Intelligence Analyst at a Fortune 500 company. Prior to this, he founded SefirTech, an Italian company focusing on mobile security, digital forensics, and incident response. Pasquale has also worked at the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of European Commission as digital forensics and mobile security researcher, and contributor to the standard ISO27037, for which he led the WG ISO27037 for the Italian National Body (2010).Pasquale has been speaker at several national and international conferences on digital forensics and lecturer on the same subject for Polytechnic of Milano and United Nations (UNICRI). Pasquale holds a Ph.D. in Computer Security from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, a M.Sc. in Computer Engineering from Polytechnic of Torino, and he has GCFA, GREM, OPST, OWSE, and ECCE certifications. He is the co-author of the book “Learning iOS Forensics”.
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Dr. Yueh-Hsuan Weng is the Co-Founder of Peking University’s ROBOLAW.ASIA | YSAiL Initiative for Robotics, Law & Policy. He studied law at Peking University and visited the European University Institute, ITTIG-CNR, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, and Waseda University during his Ph.D. study. He has been appointed as Visiting Scholar, CIRSFID, University of Bologna (2015), Research Associate, Peking University Law School (2010-2014), Visiting Researcher, Humanoid Robotics Institute, Waseda University (2012-2013) and SEN Member, EU FP7 Project: ROBOLAW (2012-2014). His research interests are in issues concerning the interface between ICT and Law, including AI & Law, Regulation of Robotics, Legal Informatics and Intellectual Property Law.
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Anna-Maria Talihärm holds an LLM degree in Information Technology Law from Stockholm University and is working towards a law PhD at Tartu University, Estonia. In 2011-2012 she was researching international legal cooperation on cyber security at Waseda University, Tokyo. Currently she is working as a senior analyst for the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCD COE) Legal and Policy branch where her areas of research include European Union information society law, cyber terrorism and cyber crime. She has been speaking in the events of several international organizations such as NATO COE DAT and OSCE.

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Francesco Meloni graduated with honours in Law from the University of Turin, in July 2009.He obtained his certificate from the School of Specialization for Legal Professions of Turin, in july 2011.Qualified lawyer in Turin's Bar, Francesco has built up considerable experience in criminal law and corporate crimes, with a specialization in labour law crimes, work-related injuries and compliance activities related to the application of Legislative Decree n. 231/2001, in the field of liability of legal entities, companies and associations.
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Jacopo Giunta graduated in Law from the University of Turin in October 2011 and is an Information technology and Privacy law consultant.He gained a specialization course in computer forensics and data protection from Milan University and an information forensics certification (CIFI) from IISFA Association. He is also a member of some forensics and security associations, like IISFA, CLUSIT and DFA.As civil tort lawyer, Jacopo deals with pharmaceutical and product liability, medical malpractice, maritime, aviation mass tort personal injury cases, also collaborating under the coordination of several law firms from different countries.
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Gianluigi M. Riva is an Italian lawyer expert in IT Law. He graduated in 2010 at the University of Pavia in Law and Economics with a thesis in Civil Procedure and then attended three years of post-graduated specialization courses in Contracts Law.He is an independent researcher in Law, Neuroscience and Robotics. He also writes for several Italian and English publications on law and new technologies. He co-founded E.L.S.A. Pavia and is the youngest fellow of the Neurotheoretical and Mental Science Study Group of the I.R.C.C.S. “Fondazione Istituto Neurologico Nazionale C. Mondino” of Pavia.
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Valerio Vertua

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He practices law in Milan; his practice areas prevalently includes Tax Law, Corporate Law and Legal Informatics and New Technologies matters. He obtained Post-graduate Course on Corporate Law and Computer Forensics and Digital Investigation at University of Milan; he is a member of Fiscal Justice Commission of Milan Bar; he collaborates with the Computer Law and Advance Computer Law Institute at University of Milan; he is President of DFA association; and is co-founder and vice-President of CSA Italy association.
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Gillian Cafiero is a trainee software engineer at a leading aviationfirm in the UK. She holds a Masters with Distinction from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and has worked alongside Francesca Bosco at the United Nations Interregional Crimes and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI). Her interests cover a broad range of InfoSec topics including: PCI compliance, cyber-criminology, data protection and information sharing.
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Brikena studied law at Università di Milano-Bicocca and graduated in 2014. She is interested in digital forensics and Internet privacy. She attended several conferences about ICTs, cloud computing, digital forensics, smart cities, cybercrime.
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Digital Champion of Bollate, David graduated in 2010 in “Theory and Technology of Communication” at Università degli Studi Milano-Bicocca. Then he hosted seminars on Web 2.0 and Social Media at the same university and Master of Università degli Studi di Bologna, and he also published articles on these topics. In 2012 he worked as researcher with the Bicocca University and CEFRIEL on the developing of an innovative platform for citizens digital services, project committed by Regione Lombardia. David is specialized in Human Computer Interaction and Digital Marketing and he is interested in Smart Cities, Cloud Computing and Cyber Security.