A weekend dedicated to Digital Forensics!
Friday, September 11th
Systematic framework and evolutionary profiles of digital forensics
Lecturer: Giovanni Ziccardi, professor of legal informatics at the University of Milan; teaches Cybercrime at the Master in New Technology Law at the University of Bologna. Scientific Coordinator of the Coordinated Research Center in “Information Society Law” (ISLC), he is a member of the Security Committee of the Milanese University. Since 1984 he has kept in touch with national and international hacker circles, meeting their exponents and studying their evolution. He dedicated an essay to those years (Hacker – The call of freedom, 2011) and a thriller (The last hacker, 2012). Lawyer and publicist, he has a degree in Law from the University of Modena and a PhD from the University of Bologna. He has published scientific articles in Italy, Europe and Japan and monographs with the most important national and international publishers. He directs a scientific journal, Cyberspace and Law; he collaborates with Il Mulino, Doppiozero, Il Fatto Quotidiano, Il Corriere della Sera and the Italian Encyclopedia Treccani.
Tools and techniques for acquiring and concealing evidence in the digital environment
Lecturer: Flaviano Peluso, lawyer enrolled in the Rome and Madrid bar associations; he is adjunct professor of Computer Skills at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”; Computer Science at the University of Tuscia (School of Air Force Marshals) and Computer Suitability at the same University as well as Digital Communication at the University of Cassino. He is the author of books, notes and contributions to volumes on computer law and computer forensics.
Saturday, September 12th
Defender digital forensics
Lecturer: Giovanni Battista Gallus, Lawyer, after graduating with honors in Law in Italy he moved to Great Britain for the Master of Laws in Maritime Law and Information Technology Law at University College London. Later he obtained the research doctorate. In 2009 he obtained the European Certificate on Cybercrime and Electronic Evidence (ECCE). Enrolled in the Bar since 1996, cassation lawyer since 2009, ISO 27001 Lead Auditor, Data Protection Officer for various entities, collaborates with the Chair of Legal Informatics of the University of Milan, and is a professor of the Master Data Protection Officer of the Politecnico di Milano .
Digital forensics and AI systems analysis method
Lecturer: Alfonso Contaldo, lawyer and PhD in Legal Informatics at Sapienza – University of Rome, as well as lecturer in Information and Digital Communication Law at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Previously he was an adjunct professor of legal informatics and media law at the University of Perugia, the University of Tuscia and the University of Roma Tre. He is the author of some monographs and numerous articles on the topics of information law and information technology, as well as on judicial information technology.