Firenze. "Smart e sicure: come costruire le città connesse del futuro?"
Tavola rotonda lunedì 17 ottobre 2022, alle 17.30, nella Sala Luca Giordano di Palazzo Medici Riccardi. Iscrizioni aperte fino al 14 ottobre: come registrarsi. Saluti di Dario Nardella, Sindaco della Città Metropolitana di Firenze, e Renaud Dehousse, Presidente dell'Istituto universitario europeo
"Smart e sicure: come costruire le città connesse del futuro?": sul tema tavola rotonda lunedì 17 ottobre 2022
dalle 17.30 alle 18.45 nella Sala Luca Giordano di Palazzo Medici Riccardi (con ingresso da via Cavour 9). Saluti di Dario Nardella, Sindaco della Città Metropolitana di Firenze, e Renaud Dehousse, Presidente dell'Istituto universitario europeo. L'incontro è organizzato congiuntamente da Comune di Firenze, School of Transnational Governance e EU Cyber Diplomacy Initiative.
Le iscrizioni sono aperte fino al 14 ottobre 2022.
'''Per registrarsi''': https://www.eui.eu/events?id=553587
''Smart and Secure: How to build a connected city of the future?''
Sala Luca Giordano, Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Via Cavour 9
Organised by School of Transnational Governance
This public roundtable, organised jointly by the Municipality of Florence, the EUI School of Transnational Governance and the EU Cyber Diplomacy Initiative, will explore how stakeholders can work better together to deliver sustainable and future-proof urban spaces that support growth, innovation and development while ensuing security and safety of citizens.
There is no doubt that digital transformation and connectivity play an important role in ensuring proper functioning and stimulating growth of any modern city. Whether accessing e-services, using electricity to heat their homes, taking metro to get to work or choosing their representatives in the local elections, citizens, local communities and businesses rely on a trustworthy, reliable and secure access to the Internet.
However, this dependency is also a source of vulnerability and creates numerous digital risks that any responsible authorities need to address and adequately prepare for. The magnitude of the task at hand requires cooperation and engagement across the whole society, including not only local authorities but also national administration, the private sector, research institutions and civil society organisations.
The purpose of this public roundtable is to explore the ways in which these different stakeholders can work better together to deliver sustainable and future-proof urban spaces that support growth, innovation and development while ensuing security and safety of citizens.
17:30-17:40 - Welcome Remarks:
Dario NARDELLA, Mayor of Florence
Renaud DEHOUSSE, President of the European University Institute
17:40-18:30 - Panel discussion
Patryk PAWLAK, Project Director, EU Cyber Diplomacy Initiative – EU Cyber Direct, European Union Institute for Security Studies
Andrea BILLET, Director, Certification and Surveillance Service, Italian National Agency for Cyber Security
Laura CARPINI, Ambassador for Cyber Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Italy
Luigi MARTINO, Head of Cyber Security Division, University of Florence, Department of Political and Social Sciences
Joshua SERRÃO, Strategic Advisor for Strategy and Innovation on Digital City Safety and Security, City of Amsterdam
Stefano SERVA, Space Programme Accreditation and Security Engineering Manager, European Space Agency
Giacomo SPERETTA, Leonardo - Divisione Cyber & Security Solutions - Senior Vice President for Marketing & International
The event will take place in English and Italian. Simultaneous translation will be provided.
All are welcome to attend the event. Prior registration is required. Please register by 14 October 18:00 CEST.
Links a EU Cyber Diplomacy Initiative – EU Cyber Direct (https://eucyberdirect.eu/)
'''In allegato''' la locandina in lingua italiana e in inglese