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Critical Infrastucture Protection
a strategic opportunity for Countries’ modernization and technological autonomy
Genoa – CPEXPO, Inauguration Day, 29 October 2013
Lorenzo Fiori
Senior Vice President - Strategy

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    • Critical Infrastucture Protection a strategic opportunity for Countries’ modernization and technological autonomy Genoa – CPEXPO, Inauguration Day, 29 October 2013 Lorenzo Fiori Senior Vice President - Strategy 1
    • Quality of Infrastuctures…….. ……….progress, development and …….. ……… security 2
    • The digital “evolution / revolution” 1971 : first e-mail 2013 : 144,8 billions of e-mail per day 2015: 1 zettabyte (1021) of data on internet 2020 : 50 billions of devices connected 3
    • CYBER THREATH: Enterprise Natural Resources Energy: production and grid Health Finance and Banking Internet Transport Gov.nt Services Emergency Services Defense SECURITY CHALLENGE ON GLOBAL SCALE 4
    • Integration & Interoperability SOA Architecture: Open, Multi-level, Net-centric Physical & logical Interoperability 5
    • Sesar: air traffic interoperability 6
    • Critical Infrastructure Interoperability Relevance logical physical SECURITY Complexity physical logical Vulnerability Interdependency 7
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    • CNI protection: benefit or cost? 9
    • Public Private Partnership 10
    • Estonia 2007 2008 -3,7% 2009 -14,3% 2010 +2,3% 2011 +7,6% Debito/PIL (*) tra I più bassi nell’EU 27 Source Eurostat news release 64/2013 2012 +2,0% -0,3% (*) 11
    • The Engineers don’t live! They deliver! 12
    • Opportunity / Objectives Investment Multiplier Up to x5 Investment Return about 2 / 3 years 13
    • Design Criteria • Rationality • Sobriety • Focalization • Sustainability • Semplification • Re-use • Divestment 14
    • Model Spoke Spoke Windmill Spoke Hub Spoke Banks Others Public Stakeholder Gov. Institutions accountable for the CNI protection Spoke Providers Energy Catalyser Preferably a Private Stakeholder for technology, products and solutions Food Chain TelCo Transport Health Spoke Spoke 15
    • The role for the “Catalyser” • Identification of new requirements/ needs for security, either physical and logical / cyber • Technology innovation / Technology insertion • Maintenance and update of legacy systems • CNI operators’ advanced training • Secure supply chain • Real -time services for threat monitoring / situation awareness • Collaboration with Academy and Research Center to assess threath evolution and countermeasure / preventative tools Security-by-design, embedded in any new solutions 16
    • The relevance of incentives 17
    • Telecom Operators Public Entities Defence SMB and large enterprises Customs ANSPs expertise and customers’ base: Cyber Security & Defence Social Security Civil Protection / Emergency Services Law Enforcement Postal services Banking / Finance Other Public Institutions SOC Pescara SCOC HPC 18
    • Today, Tomorrow, Together Thanks for the protection of our critical infrastructures 19