Defense ON AIR (WEDNESDAY 10 AT 21.00 PM): "Cybersecurity and AI an (im) perfect combination?"

(To Staff)

New technologies have forcefully entered everyday life. Similarly, war has become ubiquitous, in all domains: thanks to the development of digital, computer networks, Artificial Intelligence, techniques of influence, the collection and analysis of large amounts of data to allow decision making strategic in real time ...

Technological evolution has revolutionized the world of work and society, creating figures like the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).

What is the importance of the figure of Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) in companies? What are the differences between CIO and CISO? What is the situation in Italy? What are the alternatives to CISO for small and medium-sized businesses?

The development of Artificial Intelligence combined with data collection and analysis techniques is becoming commonplace.

How can Artificial Intelligence help cybersecurity managers? Is Artificial Intelligence "safe"? What risks are run in using it and what "hidden" risks must always be kept in mind from the moment of the idea to the realization of a system that uses AI? What is the most promising research and development field in the next 5 years in cybersecurity? What is the most important challenge in Italy?


  • Carlo Mauceli (CTO of Microsoft Italy)
  • Andrea Puligheddu (Privacy Law Firm)
  • Davide Ariu (Pluribus One)
  • Battista Biggio (Pluribus One and assistant professor at the University of Cagliari)
  • Robert Bigman (former Chief Information Security Officer of the Central Intelligence Agency, Cyber ​​Security Consultant and founder of 2BSecure)