How to identify, protect, detect, respond and recover in the marine business activities

Friday 22st June 2018 14:00-18:00


The latest years cyber incidents in the maritime industry moved the marine community to progressively approach the cyber security issue. The pillars of the cyber security (people, process, technology) are nowadays well known. The workshop will focus on the real activities that address the five cyber security functions (Identify, Protect, Defend, Respond, Recover). The contribution of worldwide top actors in the cyber security will give a help to understand how these activities can be performed from a practical perspective and how to the five functions are implemented.
Moderator: Paolo Scialla, Lloyd’s Register EMEA

Provisional Programme


Paolo Scialla, Lead Specialist Electrotechnical Systems, Lloyd’s Register EMEA

The Cyber Risk and its management in the Marine Industry

Elisa Cassi, Marine and Offshore Cyber Security Product Manager, Lloyd’s Register EMEA
Paolo Scialla, Lead Specialist Electrotechnical Systems, Lloyd’s Register EMEA

The Cyber Threat impacts in Marine and Offshore and the Threat Intelligence

Tim Percival, Sales Director, Nettitude
Richard Hodgson, Account Manager, Nettitude

Protecting your corporate reputation: cyber resilience starts at the top and involves everyone

Richard Knowlton, Chairman of Richard Knowlton Associates (RKA)
Nick Wilding, General Manager, Cyber Resilience, AXELOS Global Best Practice

Enforce the Cyber-Security Resilience in the smart ship environment

Enrico Benzoni, Axians Teletronica SpA
Luca Landi, Axians Teletronica SpA

Zero Trust

Peter Hall, Regional Sales Manager, Palo Alto Networks
Tom Brookes, Senior Systems Engineer, Palo Alto Networks

Coffe Break


Portify: time route optimization Wärtsilä

Matteo Natali, Senior Project Manager, Wärtsilä

Cloud delivered Cyber Security services that provides a clean pipe for accessing cloud applications from everywhere Cisco

Paolo Carini, Consulting Systems Engineer Cyber security, Cisco

Maritime Cyber Risk Management

Pantelis Skinitis, Business Development, ABS Advanced Solutions

Cyber Security Service Solution Manager

Andrea Crosetti, MSC Group account manager / Digital Service Manager, ABB

Product & Solutions Security

Norberto Barlocco, Siemens

Conclusions and Discussion

Co-organized with AEIT

Italian Association of Electrical, Electronics, Automation, Information and Communication Technology




Trieste - Stazione Marittima
Molo dei Bersaglieri, 3

The Maritime Station is one of the most significant historical landmarks of Trieste. It is located just a few meters far from the main square (Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia), in the core of city centre.


Conference registration fee will give admittance at the conference hall and all workshop and seminars. It will also include conference proceedings, coffee breaks, lunches during the conference days and attendance to the conference gala dinner and Social events. Only students’ ticket does not include GALA Dinner which can be purchased separately. The Fees include VAT

Fees within June 1st after June 1st
Delegate 650,00 € 750,00 €
Author 600,00 € 700,00 €
ATENA member 450,00 € 550,00 €
Accompanying person 250,00 € 350,00 €
PhD Student 180,00 € 280,00 €
Student 110,00 € 110,00 €
Daily pass 45,00 € 45,00 €
One workshop 20,00 € 20,00 €


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Organizing Committee

Alberto Moroso (ATENA) - Chairman
Vittorio Bucci (University of Trieste) – Conference Secretary
Luca Ambrosio (Fincantieri) – Conference Accountant
Ubaldo la Monaca (University of Trieste) – Local Organizer
Luca Braidotti (University of Trieste) – Information Technology Supervisor
Franceco Mauro (University of Trieste)
Carlo Nasso (University of Trieste)
Serena Bertagna (University of Trieste)
Simone la Monaca (ATENA Friuli Venezia Giulia)
Andrea Mancini (CNR - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche)
Bruno Della Loggia (ATENA)
Diego Pauluzzi (Wartsila Italia)
Gianluigi Rozza (SISSA)
Giorgio Bacicchi (Fincantieri)
Luciano Manzon (ATENA Friuli Venezia Giulia)
Lucio Sabbadini (Maritime Technology Cluster FVG)
Mario Croce (Lloyd’s Register)
Michela Vellico (OGS - National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics)
Paolo Frandoli (President ATENA Friuli Venezia Giulia)
Stefania Ricco (CETENA)

Committee of Honour

Carla Demaria (Chairman of UCINA)
Gaetano Manfredi (Rector of University of Napoli)
Giuseppe Bono (CEO Fincantieri)
Giuseppe Coronella (President Vard)
Guido Barbazza (President of Wärtsilä Italia)
John Hicks (Vice president of Lloyd’s Register)
Maria Cristina Pedicchio (President of OGS - National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics)
Maurizio Fermeglia (Rector University of Trieste)
Paolo Comanducci (Rector University of Genova)
Stefano Ruffo (Director of SISSA)
Umberto Masucci (Chairman of Propeller Club)
Valter Girardelli (Capo di Stato Maggiore MMI)
Zeno D’Agostino (President of Authoritiy of Trieste)

Track Directors

Alberto Marinò - Chairman (University of Trieste)
Alessandro Iafrati (CNR-INSEAN - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche)
Alessandro Maccari (RINA)
Angelo Camerlenghi (OGS - National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics)
Antonio Scamardella (University Parthenope)
Enrico Rizzuto (University of Napoli Federico II)
Giorgio Contento (University of Trieste)
Giorgio Sulligoi (University of Trieste)
Giorgio Trincas (University of Trieste)
Giuliana Mattiazzo (Politecnico di Torino)
Marco Ferrando (University of Genova)
Massimo Caccia (CNR-ISSIA - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche)
Radoslav Nabergoj (University of Trieste)
Vicenzo Crupi (University of Messina)
Vittorio Bucci (University of Trieste)

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