Intelligence: between history, law, communication and technologies


The conference (in Italian) “Intelligence: between history, law, communication and technologies” (“Intelligence: fra storia, diritto, comunicazione e tecnologie“) took place on Thursday, March 9, 2023, from 10:00 to 13:00, at Palazzo Giuliari (Via dell’Artigliere 8, Verona). The event is organized by the Faculty of Law of the University of Verona in collaboration with the Center for Security and Crime Sciences (CSSC) and the Italian Society for Intelligence (SOCINT).

The event has been attended by Prof. Roberto Flor (Chairman and member of the Scientific Committee, Scientific Coordinator of the CSSC – Verona seat) and Prof. Andrea Di Nicola (Director of the CSSC).

Institutional greetings

  • Pier Francesco Nocini, Rector of the University of Verona
  • Flavio Deflorian, Rector of the University of Trento
  • Stefano Troiano, Director of the Faculty of Law, University of Verona
  • Giovanni Rossi, Coordinator of the Doctoral Programme in European and International Law, University of Verona
  • Donato Giovanni Cafagna, Prefect of Verona
  • Ivana Petricca, Quaestor of Verona


  • Cecilia Pedrazza Gorlero, President of the Praesidium for Quality, University of Verona
  • Roberto Flor, Officer of the Rector for Anti-Corruption and Transparency, University of Verona


  • Franco Gabrielli, former Undersecretary of State in charge of the intelligence services
  • Mario Caligiuri, President of the Italian Intelligence Society
  • Antonio Felice Uricchio, President of ANVUR and member of the scientific committee of the Italian Intelligence Society
  • Giampaolo Musumeci, Journalist and presenter of “Nessun luogo è lontano” at Radio24
  • Roberto Giacobazzi, Vice-Rector of the University of Verona
  • Andrea Di Nicola, Director of the Interuniversity Centre for Security and Crime Sciences, University of Trento and University of Verona
  • Franceso Sidoti, Professor emeritus of sociology of law, deviance and social change, University of L’Aquila


Article by Univrmegazine [in Italian]