- The Interagency Law Enforcement Academy of Advanced Studies of Italy
- All the distinguished speakers, the main stakeholders of the EUROPEAN cyber ecosystem: EUROPEAN COMMISSION, COUNCIL OF EUROPE, EEAS, ENISA, CERT-EU, EDA, EUMS, EUROPOL, EU-LISA, EUROCONTROL, EUISS, ECTEG
- All the distinguished speakers, the main stakeholders of the ITALIAN cyber ecosystem: the Supreme Court of Cassation, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, the Ministry of Defence, the National Cybersecurity Agency and, the National Postal and Communication Police – Public Security Department
- All the distinguished speakers of: the LUISS University Italy, the University of Piraeus (Greece), the Université Libre de Bruxelles, the University of Lodz Dpt of International Law (Poland) and, the Leonardo Company.
The EU’s Cybersecurity Strategy for the Digital Decade, 10-12 May 2022, Rome
It’s a great honour for the European Security and Defence College (ESDC) that co-organized this important activity with the Interagency Law Enforcement Academy of Advanced Studies of Italy (Scuola di Perfezionamento per le Forze di Polizia, Roma). The course was opened by the Director of the Interagency Law Enforcement Academy of Advanced Studies, major-general La Gala and by the Head of the European Security and Defence College, Mr Dirk Dubois. The training hosts around 50 participants in ‘residential’ and ‘virtual’ format from 10 to 12 of May 2022 in Rome and the attendees are civilian and military personnel from MSs, EU National Authorities, EU Institutions and/Delegations and, different EU bodies. The aim of this course is to provide a better understanding of the main pillars of the EU’s Cybersecurity Strategy for the Digital Decade. It is organised as a forum where entities coming from MS, EU Institution and Agencies have the chance to interact with the participants and inform them on the current and future developments at strategic, tactical and operational levels regarding the EU’s Cybersecurity Strategy. The course also encompasses the law enforcement personnel attending the Italian Advanced Training Course. We would like to thank: