Imma graduated “summa cum laude” at University “Federico II” of Naples in Aeronautical Engineering, she is Energy Manager admitted to the FIRE registry since 2007.
She supports the logics of Business Intelligence and Analytic Dynamic in the analysis of healthcare flows by a project of interpolation of health and environmental data, geo-referenced.
As Energy Manager she has fought to create a tracking system of hazardous waste within the hospitals in order to make sustainable, economic and efficient the process of disposing of medical waste.
The environmental cost accounting, combined with the proper use of technologies of recycling and reuse, accompanied with the introduction of power plants from alternative and / or renewable sources, can make a highly impactful business process, as the hospital, a sustainable process. The challenge is to get out of the partitioning logic of technologies and instead see them in view of the integrated system.
Her aeronautical background have aided to develop a great balance between the focus on innovation and pragmatism of sure result, focusing on any process from a global perspective that does not leave out any particular fundamental, from risk analysis to security policy, from the predisposition to knowledge sharing to the protection of the data in relation to its classification.
Cyber Security for Power Utilities
The cyber security is strategic for the energy sector: in modern electrical systems we have up to millions of electronic devices interconnected, and the information security become a matter of growing importance.
Studies dedicated to the “Cyber Security” showed that many grid are characterized by a low level of security. There are also risks related to cyber attacks that – theoretically – could threaten plants, processes and data.
Vulnerability analysis and critical issues related to ICT services covers the single component, as well as the system and can affect the entire network and data communication.
With the adoption of a plan of cyber security, the creation of an Digital Agenda the Italian Government threw the bases for an integrated strategy that in any case should become organized. In addition to this plan, was also adopted the national strategic framework for the security of cyberspace, that identifies profiles and evolution trends of vulnerabilities of the systems and networks of national interest.
Specific roles and responsibilities will be defined for various public and private parties. Tools and procedures have to be identified with which to pursue the growth of the country’s ability to prevent and respond to the challenges posed by semi-public cyberspace.