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Workshop GARR 2018

University of Roma TRE

29-31 MAY, ROME

In this edition of this annual event for IT and networking experts from the research and education community we will address very hot topics, among which cybersecurity, new network models, and the sharing of infrastructures at the local level



TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

The workshop will also offer a wide range of training opportunities in order to encourage knowledge sharing and the development of new skills within the research community.

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CYBERSECURITY

CYBERSECURITY

Security will be addressed in all its aspects, from the regulatory to the more technical ones. In view of the upcoming enforcement of the new regulation on the protection and management of personal data (GDPR) and those relating to the minimum IT security measures, this workshop aims to be an occasion to discuss about these topics together and find a synthesis between privacy and security needs, which often diverge.
The event will have a very practical approach, with the presentation of the most significant experiences and solutions adopted. In the field of cybersecurity, news from the national and international scene will also be presented from a technical point of view.


THE EVOLUTION OF NETWORKING

THE EVOLUTION OF NETWORKING

Another central topic of this year's edition is the evolution of the network, increasingly linked to software development and the adoption of automation techniques that can help manage its growing complexity. In this context the experiments conducted by GARR and by the academic and research community at the international level will be presented.


NETWORKS AND THE LOCAL TERRITORY

NETWORKS AND THE LOCAL TERRITORY

We will also talk about the value of building and interconnecting local networks at the regional (RAN), metropolitan (MAN) and campus level in order to ensure that services are improved and become increasingly widespread.


  Aula Magna Scuola Di Lettere Filosofia Lingue
Università Roma Tre, Via Ostiense, 234, Roma

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