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Francesco Capparelli

Fellow Researcher
Istituto Italiano per la Privacy e la Valorizzazione dei Dati
Participates in 1 Session

Qualified Lead Auditor ISO/IEC 27001, ISO 22301, ISO 37001, ISO 20000-1, Risk Manager ISO 31000 and Internal Auditor ISO 19011. He is a certified Project Manager PRINCE2, CIPP/E and is a Europrivacy Auditor. 

He has a degree in Law and two Master's degrees from LUISS University in Rome in Competition and Innovation Law, specialising in Privacy & Big Data, and in Cybersecurity, specialising in Artificial Intelligence and Biometrics. He also has a Master in Business Administration in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Economics from Link Campus University, specialising in Smart Contracts.

He is Chief Cybersecurity Advisor of ICT Cyber Consulting, a legal-cybersecurity consultancy firm, born as a spin-off of the ICT Legal Consulting law firm of lawyers Luca Bolognini and Paolo Balboni. He provides consultancy to multinationals and large companies on the issues of legal compliance on cybersecurity topics. 

He coordinates the team of researchers and follows the activities related to research projects in the Horizon 2020 and Horizon 2021 framework for the Italian Institute for Privacy, for which he has been a researcher since 2016. Moreover, he is a lecturer in the Academy of the Institute, where he teaches in the "Cybersecurity" course and in the "Master of Data Protection & Data Protection Designer®" course, sponsored by the Italian Data Protection Authority.

He also teaches at the Master in Cybersecurity at LUISS Guido Carli, within the framework of collaboration with ITHUM s.r.l., on the subjects of personal data protection and legal cybersecurity and is Data Protection Officer of the startup Comehome s.r.l..

He is the author of specialist articles and research papers on personal data protection and cybersecurity such as "Terrorism: recognising it to prevent it" for the Magna Carta Foundation. 

He is among the authors of the "Codice della Disciplina Privacy "(Giuffrè Francis Lefebvre, 2019), a work directed by Luca Bolognini and Enrico Pelino, within which he dealt with the transposition of the EU Directive 2016/1148 "NIS" within the Legislative Decree 65/2018 and the articles of the EU Regulation 2016/679 concerning the security of processing and the principle of accountability, as well as the specific Measures of the Italian Data Protection Authority impacting on cybersecurity. He is among the authors of "Security Risk Management for the Internet of Things: Technologies and Techniques for IoT Security, Privacy and Data Protection" (Now Publishers, 2020) and “Privacy e Libero Mercato Digitale”, published in 2021 by Giuffrè Francis Lefebvre.

Sessions in which Francesco Capparelli participates

Wednesday 20 October, 2021

Time Zone: (GMT+01:00) Brussels

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