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Cyber security and cyber attacks: a presentation of the LUISS master's program in Cyber Security

On October 4, the university hosted an event for the new second-level master's degree program

Master LUISS Cybersecurity

On Wednesday, October 4 at 3:30 p.m., Villa Blanc hosts an event to bring important voices together to debate on prevention and repression tactics regarding cybersecurity.

A part of the university's initiatives to promote Digital Transformation, the event will present the new second-level master's program in Cybersecurity, public policy, law and management, offered in collaboration with Elettronica SpA. The program is designed to have a strong interdisciplinary method to prepare participants for new professional roles and specializations in legal, digital, managerial fields within cybersecurity. The program aims to approach cybersecurity as a whole, analyzing a variety of aspects that set the field apart.

Participating in the event are: Minister of the Interior Marco Minniti, Vincenzo Boccia, President Confindustria, Emma Marcegaglia, President LUISS, Paola Severino, Rector LUISS, Enzo Benigni, President of Elettronica SpA and Giovanni Lo Storto, General Manager LUISS.

Journalist Gianni Riotta, codirector of the Master MACOM at the LUISS School of Government, moderates a round table with Maria Chiara Carrozza, Deputy and Component of the Directorate General Connect of the European Commission, Alessandro Pansa, General Director DIS Secuirty Intelligence Department, Andrea Prencipe, Deputy Rector LUISS, and Eugenio Santagata, CEO CY4GATE and Deputy Chief Operating Officer Elettronics.

The event will be transmitted live on the LUISS Guido Carli Facebook page.