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Poste Italiane SpA

Street
ZIP
City
Country
Phone
Email
Organisation Type
Employees

Viale Europa
144
Roma
Italy
+393771696147
cecca140@posteitaliane.it
Large Company
250+

 

Contact person

Annalisa Ceccarelli (European Founds)

Field of Activity


2. ENGINEERING
» Energy - generation/storage/distribution
» Urban planning
» Architecture
» Construction industry
» Logistics
» Transport systems

3. FORENSIC SCIENCES
» Forensic technologies
» Biometry
» Digital forensics

4. HORIZONTAL ACTIVITIES
» Navigation, guidance, control and tracking
» Scenario development and decision support
» Foresight systems
» Simulators, trainers and artificial environments
» Policy development
» Testing and validation
» Rescue and relief services
» Law enforcement

5. TECHNOLOGIES & MATERIALS
» Detection technologies
» Sensor equipment and technologies
» Electronics, Microelectronics

6. INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
» ICT applications
» Communication equipment and technologies
» Electronic authentication
» Intelligence systems
» Artificial intelligence/robotics
» Cyber security
» Software, Data Processing
» Network technologies
» Smart Systems
» Radio Frequency (RFID)

7. SOCIO-ECONOMIC SCIENCES AND THE HUMANITIES
» Human Sciences
» Social Sciences
» Political Sciences
» Ethic Research
» Legal Sciences

Core competencies

Poste Italiane is recognized as national and international benchmark in postal, courier, logistics, finance, insurance
and, most
recently, the mobile phone market segments (see http://www.posteitaliane.it/en/ )
Poste Italianes mission is to become a company which provides value-added
services, making the most of its key assets; one of the most relevant, the widespread presence throughout the
territory, meets
the specific needs of the country as a whole, leveraging a wide and integrated range of services based on their skills
as postal
logistics, financial and business process management outsourcing. The fundamental tool for achieving these
objectives is the
use of secure information and telecommunications technologies (ICT) aimed at setting up the network company
among the
most advanced, complete and capillaries of the country.
The profound process of renewal undergone by Poste Italiane in the last decade has allowed the company to improve
the
quality and extend the range of services offered. During this accelerated process of development, Poste Italiane has
remained
committed to the principles of its corporate mission, expressed through its widespread presence throughout Italy –
with 13,000
post offices and a staff of more than 140,000 employees – and to its traditional mission of responding to the needs of
its
customers, be they ordinary citizens, businesses, or public administration offices.
The possibility to provide diverse services through a whole plethora of innovative channels has been driving Poste
Italiane for
years to strongly focus on security aspects, with the twofold aim of improving its resilience against an ever changing
scenario of
threats and, at the same time, of exploring new possibilities of further development of its business.
In this line, a specific focus has always been kept on security policy development and enforcement, leading Poste
Italiane to
comply with the most relevant international standards in the field. Initiatives have been designed accordingly and
range today
over the whole spectrum of organizational and operational activities, such as prevention, monitoring, detection,
investigation
and reaction, in parallel to analysis, research lab and international cooperation.

H2020 Research Focus

  • Critical infrastructure protection
  • CIP-01-2016-2017 Prevention, detection, response and mitigation of the combination of physical and cyber threats to the critical infrastructure of Europe.
  • Disaster-resilience: safeguarding and securing society
  • SEC-01-DRS-2016 Integrated tools for response planning and scenario building
  • SEC-02-DRS-2016 Situational awareness systems to support civil protection preparation and operational decision making
  • SEC-03-DRS-2016 Validation of biological toxins measurements after an incident: Development of tools and procedures for quality control
  • SEC-04-DRS-2017 Broadband communication systems
  • SEC-05-DRS-2016-2017-a-(2016) Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) cluster
  • SEC-05-DRS-2016-2017-b-(2017) Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) cluster
  • Fight against crime and terrorism
  • SEC-06-FCT-2016 Developing a comprehensive approach to violent radicalization in the EU from early understanding to improving protection
  • SEC-07-FCT-2016-2017 Human Factor for the Prevention, Investigation, and Mitigation of criminal and terrorist acts
  • SEC-08-FCT-2016 Forensics techniques on: a) trace qualification, and b) broadened use of DNA
  • SEC-09-FCT-2017 Toolkits integrating tools and techniques for forensic laboratories
  • SEC-10-FCT-2017 Integration of detection capabilities and data fusion with utility providers' networks
  • SEC-11-FCT-2016 Detection techniques on explosives: Countering an explosive threat, across the timeline of a plot
  • SEC-12-FCT-2016-2017 Technologies for prevention, investigation, and mitigation in the context of fight against crime and terrorism
  • Border security and external security
  • SEC-13-BES-2017 Next generation of information systems to support EU external policies
  • SEC-14-BES-2016 Towards reducing the cost of technologies in land border security applications
  • SEC-15-BES-2017 Risk-based screening at border crossing
  • SEC-16-BES-2017 Through-foliage detection, including in the outermost regions of the EU
  • SEC-17-BES-2017 Architectures and organizations, big data and data analytics for customs risk management of the international goods supply chain trade movements
  • SEC-18-BES-2017 Acceptance of "no gate crossing point solutions"
  • SEC-19-BES-2016 Data fusion for maritime security applications
  • SEC-20-BES-2016 Border Security: autonomous systems and control systems
  • General matters
  • Digital security
  • DS-01-2016 Assurance and Certification for Trustworthy and Secure ICT systems, services and components
  • DS-02-2016 Cyber Security for SMEs, local public administration and Individuals
  • DS-03-2016 Increasing digital security of health related data on a systemic level
  • DS-04-2016 Economics of Cybersecurity
  • DS-05-2016 EU Cooperation and International Dialogues in Cybersecurity and Privacy Research and Innovation
  • DS-06-2017 Cryptography
  • DS-07-2017 Addressing Advanced Cyber Security Threats and Threat Actors
  • DS-08-2017 Privacy, Data Protection, Digital Identities

RTD Experience

 Project CoordinatorProject PartnerProject Acronyms
FP7/H2020-Security
FP7/H2020-ICT
FP7/H2020-Transport
Other Security Research Projects EIT DIGITAL


Inserted / Updated
2016-07-12 / 2016-12-06