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Cyber-attacks are on the rise, and companies are becoming increasingly vulnerable. Thus, the HERMENEUT research project has developed a tool for analysing risks and costs associated with cybersecurity for companies. It is especially useful if accompanied by cyber insurance.   The number of cyber-attacks is increasing, and with them the economic damage to companies. The data presented...

Many companies are seeking protection against cyber attacks. Cybersecurity insurance may be a good solution, but it's not enough on its own. What is needed is a corporate risk culture, focused on Human Factors and organisational strategies.   Cybercrime is today the main risk factor for companies. In 2016 alone, Italy suffered economic damage from cyber attacks...

Ever more companies are using drones to increase productivity, also thanks to the approval of the new EASA regulation that simplifies rules for flying. Many companies still outsource these operations, but today it is possible to incorporate this activity internally. Here’s how to do it.   More and more companies are becoming active in the drone sector....

The EASA commission has approved the new EU drone regulation that replaces national legislation for drones. Simplified rules and higher safety standards for those who want to operate with RPAS, remotely piloted aircraft systems. Here are the main changes.   The common European regulation for drones has entered into force. In June 2018, the European Parliament approved...

Remote control towers have become a reality in air traffic management. The next step is already being examined: multiple remote towers, from which more airports can be controlled simultaneously. Experimentation has begun, and multimodal aspects in virtual environments play a key role.   Air traffic in European skies is increasing. In 2017, 10 million aircraft have circulated...

Con l’industria 4.0 e l’automazione il lavoro umano non diminuirà, ma cambierà notevolmente. Nuove competenze saranno richieste a chi lavorerà nella fabbrica della quarta rivoluzione industriale. Le imprese manifatturiere si stanno già attrezzando, con programmi di formazione specifici dedicati ai propri dipendenti.   Nuove tecnologie e nuovi modelli di business stanno rivoluzionando il futuro di molte...

Da oggi, i droni potranno volare in tutta Europa con regole comuni. Dopo il voto positivo di febbraio da parte del Comitato EASA della Commissione Europea, oggi sono state pubblicate sulla Gazzetta Ufficiale Europea le norme attuative del nuovo regolamento europeo per i droni. Con il nuovo regolamento EASA l’Unione Europea punta ad incentivare lo sviluppo...

L’industria 4.0 sta diventano realtà. Porterà con sé grandi benefici per il lavoro e la produzione manifatturiera, ma anche nuove sfide da affrontare. Le nuove tecnologie della quarta rivoluzione industriale saranno più esposte agli attacchi informatici, perciò investire in cyber security sarà fondamentale per tutte le aziende che vogliono innovare. Per favorire questo processo, l’Agenzia...

La quarta rivoluzione industriale investirà anche il settore dell’Air Traffic Management. I cambiamenti sociali e le nuove tecnologie digitali influiranno sulle competenze richieste a tutto lo staff, a partire da quello operativo. In questo articolo, Linda Napoletano delinea i cambiamenti già in atto e i trend per il futuro, e le nuove competenze richieste ai controllori...

The International Airport Review just published an article by our collaborators Paola Tomasello, Stefano Bonelli and Vera Ferraiuolo about three ways neuroscience can support the development of Air Traffic Management (ATM) in the future. As the role of air traffic controllers shifts to a more observatory one, does neuroscience hold the key to ensuring this...