Curated by Alessandro Livi and Erica Onorati, Team Legal Telsy
The regulatory and institutional framework within which the leading bodies of the cyber sector operate, with their respective roles and responsibilities, has been enriched with the issue of the recent EU Regulation 2021/887 of 20 May 2021 which, acknowledging the requests of innovation and development that emerged, it established the European Competence Center for cybersecurity in the industrial, technological and research fields, based in Bucharest, and the network of national coordination centers.
Created with a view to enhancing the European Union’s protection capacity from cyber threats and increasing competitiveness in the sector, also by allocating investments, the Center will be operational from 28 June 2021 until 31 December 2029, the date on which the procedure will be launched. liquidation, except for the possibility of extension. This body is part of the structures engaged at European level for the achievement of strategic objectives on cybersecurity, operating with the aim of developing the skills of the Member States in this area by promoting research activities for the consolidation of skills and the dissemination of increasingly specific and innovative technical knowledge.
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Alessandro Livi, graduated with honors from the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” with a thesis in Comparative Private Law entitled: “International copyright in the digital society, between new protections and new conflicts”. PhD student at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Alessandro is also an expert in the subject of Comparative Private Law at the aforementioned University as well as Market Law and Regulation at the LUISS Guido Carli University. Before joining Telsy, he worked, among other things, in the field of business contracts, corporate law, commercial law and financial law at primary level law firms, both national and international, and as Legal Consuel, in business contexts. Finally, he is the author of several publications on corporate law, fintech and cybersecurity law.
Erica Onorati, graduated in law from the LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome with a thesis in civil law entitled “The renegotiation clauses”, focused on the analysis and applicability of the renegotiation in contractual matters. Specialized in the civil law profile, she has studied issues related to contractual and extra-contractual liability and corporate and commercial law. After several experiences in the legal field in corporate contexts as a corporate lawyer, you currently hold the role of Junior Legal Counsel in Telsy. with a focus on the management of business contracts and legal advice provided to the business lines involved in the various sectors of business operations.