Federica Maria Rita Livelli

Faenza – 20 September 2022

Title: “From catastrophe to catharsis. The virtuous path from risk prevention to security and resilience.”

Abstract: “Organizations – to survive in the increasingly complex and erratic context  – arising from the pandemic and characterized by geopolitical and economic crises, ongoing conflicts, cyber-attacks and supply chain disruption – must treasure the lessons learned. That is, they need to invest more in resilience, at all level,s and create a more flexible and secure ecosystem, able to anticipate, resist and recover from adverse and unexpected events that can compromise the organization’s operations.

In fact, it is a matter of building a resilient, “antifragile” business model that implies the adoption of strategic disciplines such as risk management, business continuity and cyber security in an increasingly data-driven world.

The scenarios in which we find ourselves living require a prompt response and structured resilience. We can no longer wait for the unexpected, it’s time to be proactive and anticipate it!”

Biography: Business Continuity & Risk Management consultant, she carries out activities aiming at improving awarness and development of resilience culture at various institutions and universities. She is also Tutor of Business Continuity Courses propaedeutic to the achievement of the CBCP certification at DRI Italy.

Board Member of the BCI Italy Chapter, of the CLUSIT Scientific Committee and of various UNI Technical Commissions, she is a member of AIPSA and (ISC)2 Italy Chapter.

Lecturer in ISO 22301, ISO 31000, ISO 27001 and Crisis Management modules at various universities (SUPSI Lugano, POLIMI-BOCCONI, Verona, Cagliari, Padua, Statale di Milano, Università Genova and LIUC Castellanza). Speaker and moderator in seminars, national and international conferences.

Author of articles in numerous Italian and international online magazines.

She has participated, as co-author, in: Editions 2020, 2021 and 2022 Clusit – Cyber Security Report; CLUSIT Thematic books ref. Artificial Intelligence (2020) and Cyber Risk (2021); “Lo Stato in crisi” ed Angeli