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Marco Prandini

Assistant professor

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Academic discipline: ING-INF/05 Information Processing Systems

Collaborations

Formal collaboration with:
Obsidium s.r.l.
Country:
Italy
Description:
Definition and industrialization of Penetration Testing methodologies The activity plans to organize the theoretical corpus and the related application methodologies of Penetration Testing, that is, how to verify the security of a system by means of attempts to force their defenses, with the same tools a potential opponent would use, but with the consent of the interested parties. The goals are both that of scientific advancement and that of tuning reproducible models for the set up of Penetration Testing environments, devising a tool to guarantee the effectiveness of operational, contractual, and legal liability aspects according to the specific activities.
Collaboration with:
Magneti Marelli S.p.A
Country:
Italy
Description:
Software solutions development in the context of road transportation; implementation on embedded systems installed on vehicles and/or on mobile devices connected to them. The goal is to address the following issues: 1) driver assistance, in particular driving style optimization to improve experience, safety, and fuel savings; 2) intra-vehicle communications (through CAN bus) security, with a specific focus on detection of intrusions aimed at the violation of vehicular systems integrity or at taking control of vehicle's behavior; 3) security of the extra-vehicular communications both providing access to "smart road" infrastructures and allowing the set-up of ad-hoc vehicle-to-vehicle networks.
Formal collaboration with:
Dedagroup S.p.A
Country:
Italy
Description:
Industrial research and knowledge transfer contract on the following subject: Internet services migration from on-premises infrastructures hosting heterogeneous virtual machines (Linux, Windows) towards public cloud platforms. Analysis of critical aspects, cost estimation, redesign of services layout and downtime minimization.