ITASEC17 is the first edition of the Italian Conference on Cybersecurity, a new annual event supported by the Cybersecurity National Laboratory that aims at putting together Italian researchers and professionals from academia, industry, and government working in the field of cybersecurity. ITASEC17 was held on January 17-20, 2017 in Venice and featured a Stakeholder Space and a Scientific/Technical Space, both spanning through the whole conference. The Stakeholder Space included selected distinguished keynotes speeches, invited talks, vision speeches, panels and the tutorial “Framework nazionale per la cybersecurity”, in Italian. The Scientific/Technical Space included three main tracks: a Scientific Track on Cybersecurity science and technology, a Fil Rouge Track with a sequence of multidisciplinary sessions on a specific hot topic in Cybersecurity, and a Demo Track devoted to prototypes developed by industries, research centers, and universities. The Fil Rouge track focused on “Fostering Security Through Web-Based Intelligence: Tools, Opportunities, and Inherent Limitations”. The conference solicited two kind of submissions: unpublished contributions and presentation only ones, e.g., already published work, preliminary work and position papers. There were 87 submissions: 48 in the unpublished category and 39 in the presentation only one. Each submission was reviewed by an average of 3 program committee members. The committee decided to accept 25 papers out of the 48 submitted for publication, which are included in this proceedings volume. The program also featured 34 presentations not included in this volume. The peer reviewing process has been dealt with through EasyChair. ITASEC17 has required a huge effort by many people. We would like to thank the program committee members and all the external reviewers, the authors of all submitted papers, the staff from CINI for their immense effort and devotion to the conference administration and organization, Fondazione Università Ca' Foscari for the extremely professional local organization and all the volunteer students from Ca' Foscari University. Finally, ITASEC17 would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors. Our immense gratitude goes to the Platinum Sponsors: CISCO, IBM, Leonardo, Microsoft, PaloAlto Networks, Trend Micro; the Gold Sponsors: Blu5 Labs, Business-e, Check Point, IntheCyber, RSA, SAIV Group; and the Silver Sponsor: Var Group. The ITASEC17 Program co-chairs, Alessandro Armando, Roberto Baldoni and Riccardo Focardi

First Italian Conference on Cybersecurity

FOCARDI, Riccardo
2017

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ITASEC17 is the first edition of the Italian Conference on Cybersecurity, a new annual event supported by the Cybersecurity National Laboratory that aims at putting together Italian researchers and professionals from academia, industry, and government working in the field of cybersecurity. ITASEC17 was held on January 17-20, 2017 in Venice and featured a Stakeholder Space and a Scientific/Technical Space, both spanning through the whole conference. The Stakeholder Space included selected distinguished keynotes speeches, invited talks, vision speeches, panels and the tutorial “Framework nazionale per la cybersecurity”, in Italian. The Scientific/Technical Space included three main tracks: a Scientific Track on Cybersecurity science and technology, a Fil Rouge Track with a sequence of multidisciplinary sessions on a specific hot topic in Cybersecurity, and a Demo Track devoted to prototypes developed by industries, research centers, and universities. The Fil Rouge track focused on “Fostering Security Through Web-Based Intelligence: Tools, Opportunities, and Inherent Limitations”. The conference solicited two kind of submissions: unpublished contributions and presentation only ones, e.g., already published work, preliminary work and position papers. There were 87 submissions: 48 in the unpublished category and 39 in the presentation only one. Each submission was reviewed by an average of 3 program committee members. The committee decided to accept 25 papers out of the 48 submitted for publication, which are included in this proceedings volume. The program also featured 34 presentations not included in this volume. The peer reviewing process has been dealt with through EasyChair. ITASEC17 has required a huge effort by many people. We would like to thank the program committee members and all the external reviewers, the authors of all submitted papers, the staff from CINI for their immense effort and devotion to the conference administration and organization, Fondazione Università Ca' Foscari for the extremely professional local organization and all the volunteer students from Ca' Foscari University. Finally, ITASEC17 would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors. Our immense gratitude goes to the Platinum Sponsors: CISCO, IBM, Leonardo, Microsoft, PaloAlto Networks, Trend Micro; the Gold Sponsors: Blu5 Labs, Business-e, Check Point, IntheCyber, RSA, SAIV Group; and the Silver Sponsor: Var Group. The ITASEC17 Program co-chairs, Alessandro Armando, Roberto Baldoni and Riccardo Focardi
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