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2021 Report Closed Access

NAUTILOS - H - Requirement No. 1
Pieri G., Deluca R., Chatzinikolaou E.
The procedures and criteria that will be used to identify/recruit research participants, as well as the informed consent procedures that will be implemented for the participation of humans external to NAUTILOS to the project activities and in regard to their data processing are presented in this document. Templates of the informed consent/assent forms and information sheets covering the voluntary participation and data protection issues, in the English version are provided.Source: Project report, NAUTILOS, D13.1, 2021
Project(s): NAUTILOS via OpenAIRE

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2021 Report Closed Access

NAUTILOS - POPD - Requirement No. 2
Pieri G., Gianvincenzo A., Novellino A., Deluca R.
This document is intended to provide recommendation on the procedures of the Information Systems and is inspired by the principles of correctness and diligence and is adopted in compliance with the provisions contained in the Privacy code and in the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union.Source: Project report, Nautilos, D13.2, 2021
Project(s): NAUTILOS via OpenAIRE

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2021 Report Closed Access

Ti Assisto - Sistema Informativo
Martinelli M., Deluca R., Moroni D.
Il sistema informativo, le piattaforme pregresse, privacy, requisiti

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2020 Other Restricted

Linee guda sulle procedure di gestione della violazione dei dati personali (data breach)
Amenta V, Deluca R
Le presenti Linee guida sono state elaborate al fine di individuare una metodologia di gestione del data breach, ai sensi degli artt. 33 e 34 del Reg. EU 2016/679, da applicare in maniera coordinata all'Istituto di Informatica e Telematica (IIT-CNR) e all'Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione A. Faedo (ISTI-CNR)

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2019 Other Restricted

Linee guida sulla valutazione d'impatto (DPIA - Data Protection Impact Assessment)
Deluca R., Diciotti R., Fantini E., Piccioli T.
Linee Guida sulla valutazione d'impatto ai sensi dell'art. 35 del Regolamento Europeo in materia di protezione dei dati personali (GDPR EU 2016/679).

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2019 Conference object Open Access OPEN

Privacy e ricerca scientifica: un connubio tra cognizione e metodo
Deluca R., Amenta V.
Breve descrizione degli adempimenti privacy per chi svolge attività di ricercaSource: Privacy Day Forum 2019, Pisa, Area della Ricera CNR, 19/06/2019

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2018 Other Unknown

SteP News: Sicurezza, tutela e privacy
Deluca R., Volpini F., Amenta V.
Il sito nasce allo scopo di sensibilizzare e far accrescere la consapevolezza dell'importanza della protezione dei dati personali, e di diffondere la cultura della sicurezza informatica per qualunque attività che comporti l'uso di sistemi informatici e/o telematici. In particolare sono approfonditi gli aspetti riguardanti il Regolamento in materia di protezione dei dati (General Data Protection Regulation) GDPR EU 2016/679, rischi e minacce che incombono sui dati, misure di sicurezza.

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2018 Other Restricted

Regolamento utilizzo dei sistemi informatici, rete telematica e sicurezza Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'informazione "A. Faedo"
Deluca R., Diciotti R., Fantini E., Gennai F., Piccioli T.
Regolamento interno diretto ad evitare che comportamenti inconsapevoli possano innescare problemi o minacce alla sicurezza nel trattamento dei dati personali.

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2018 Article Open Access OPEN

Grey Literature and Research Assessment Exercises: From the Current Criteria to the Open Science models
Giannini S., Deluca R., Molino A., Biagioni S.
In the recent years the application of strategies, procedures and tools to evaluate the research have become subject of interest and their application is currently matter of discussion. The assessment exercises are regulated at national level and are carried out in different European countries such as France, United Kingdom and The Netherlands. In Italy the first research assessment exercise has been legislated in 2003 and entrusted to a specific Committee named Comitato di Indirizzo per la Valutazione della Ricerca (CIVR)1. Three years later the CIVR and other committees have been replaced by a specific Agency named Agenzia Nazionale di Valutazione del Sistema Universitario e della Ricerca (ANVUR). This Agency, set up at the end of 2006, aims to «...rationalize the system of assessment of the quality of Universities, state and private Research Institutions beneficiary of public funds...» « The results of these activities managed by ANVUR represent a criteria to assign the state funds to Universities and Research Institutions». It is not hard to imagine that the effects of this type of exercise has a strong political implication and determines a significant economic impact on the future of Universities and Research Institutions. The debate concerning the adopted methods and critical aspects about the assessment exercises is studied thoroughly at international level. At the present time, ANVUR has completed two evaluation exercises of the quality of the research named Valutazione della Qualità della Ricerca (VQR): the first one spans the years 2004 - 2010; the second from 2011 to 2014. The work analyzes the environment of VQR in order to understand the organizational set-up, the operational models, the scientific areas involved in the process, the selection and evaluation criteria and indicators of the research products. The work looks at the environment of VQR in order to understand the organizational set-up, the operational models, the scientific Areas involved in the process and the selection and evaluation criteria of the research products. More in detail, our work analyzes and compares the evaluation exercises conducted in Italy with the aim of verifying if and how Grey Literature is involved in the research evaluation processes. The article checked the types of products admissible for the research assessment and those actually presented by the researchers of Universities and Research Institutions. We measured the products from a quantitative point of view and observed their ramification in the different disciplinary fields rather than their transformation during the period of time taken into consideration. At the same time, we focused on the Open Science movement in order to understand what could be its role within the research assessment exercises and how it could affect the future of scholarly scientific communication.Source: The Grey journal (Print) 14 (2018): 55–68.

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2018 Conference object Open Access OPEN

Grey Literature and Research Assessment Exercises: from the current criteria to the open science models
Giannini S., Deluca R., Molino A., Biagioni S.
In the recent years the application of strategies, procedures and tools to evaluate the research have become subject of interest and their application is currently matter of discussion. The assessment exercises are regulated at national level and are carried out in different European countries such as France, United Kingdom and The Netherlands. In Italy the first research assessment exercise has been legislated in 2003 and entrusted to a specific Committee named Comitato di Indirizzo per la Valutazione della Ricerca (CIVR)1. Three years later the CIVR and other committees have been replaced by a specific Agency named Agenzia Nazionale di Valutazione del Sistema Universitario e della Ricerca (ANVUR). This Agency, set up at the end of 2006, aims to «...rationalize the system of assessment of the quality of Universities, state and private Research Institutions beneficiary of public funds...» « The results of these activities managed by ANVUR represent a criteria to assign the state funds to Universities and Research Institutions». It is not hard to imagine that the effects of this type of exercise has a strong political implication and determines a significant economic impact on the future of Universities and Research Institutions. The debate concerning the adopted methods and critical aspects about the assessment exercises is studied thoroughly at international level. At the present time, ANVUR has completed two evaluation exercises of the quality of the research named Valutazione della Qualità della Ricerca (VQR): the first one spans the years 2004 - 2010; the second from 2011 to 2014. The work analyzes the environment of VQR in order to understand the organizational set-up, the operational models, the scientific areas involved in the process, the selection and evaluation criteria and indicators of the research products. The work looks at the environment of VQR in order to understand the organizational set-up, the operational models, the scientific Areas involved in the process and the selection and evaluation criteria of the research products. More in detail, our work analyzes and compares the evaluation exercises conducted in Italy with the aim of verifying if and how Grey Literature is involved in the research evaluation processes. The article checked the types of products admissible for the research assessment and those actually presented by the researchers of Universities and Research Institutions. We measured the products from a quantitative point of view and observed their ramification in the different disciplinary fields rather than their transformation during the period of time taken into consideration. At the same time, we focused on the Open Science movement in order to understand what could be its role within the research assessment exercises and how it could affect the future of scholarly scientific communication.Source: 19th International Conference on Grey Literature: Public Awareness and Access to Grey Literature, GL 2017; National Research Council of Italy, CNRRome; Italy; 23, pp. 11–25, Roma, Italy, 23-24 October 2017

See at: ceur-ws.org Open Access | ISTI Repository Open Access | CNR ExploRA Open Access


2017 Conference object Open Access OPEN

Grey Literature and Research Assessment exercises: from the current criteria to the Open Science models
Giannini S., Deluca R., Molino A., Biagioni S.
In the recent years the application of strategies, procedures and tools to evaluate the research have become subject of interest and their application is currently matter of discussion. The assessment exercises are regulated at national level and are carried out in different European countries such as France, United Kingdom and The Netherlands. In Italy the first research assessment exercise has been legislated in 2003 and entrusted to a specific Committee named Comitato di Indirizzo per la Valutazione della Ricerca (CIVR)1. Three years later the CIVR and other committees have been replaced by a specific Agency named Agenzia Nazionale di Valutazione del Sistema Universitario e della Ricerca (ANVUR). This Agency, set up at the end of 2006, aims to «...rationalize the system of assessment of the quality of Universities, state and private Research Institutions beneficiary of public funds...» « The results of these activities managed by ANVUR represent a criteria to assign the state funds to Universities and Research Institutions». It is not hard to imagine that the effects of this type of exercise has a strong political implication and determines a significant economic impact on the future of Universities and Research Institutions. The debate concerning the adopted methods and critical aspects about the assessment exercises is studied thoroughly at international level. At the present time, ANVUR has completed two evaluation exercises of the quality of the research named Valutazione della Qualità della Ricerca (VQR): the first one spans the years 2004 - 2010; the second from 2011 to 2014. The work analyzes the environment of VQR in order to understand the organizational set-up, the operational models, the scientific areas involved in the process, the selection and evaluation criteria and indicators of the research products. The work looks at the environment of VQR in order to understand the organizational set-up, the operational models, the scientific Areas involved in the process and the selection and evaluation criteria of the research products. More in detail, our work analyzes and compares the evaluation exercises conducted in Italy with the aim of verifying if and how Grey Literature is involved in the research evaluation processes. The article checked the types of products admissible for the research assessment and those actually presented by the researchers of Universities and Research Institutions. We measured the products from a quantitative point of view and observed their ramification in the different disciplinary fields rather than their transformation during the period of time taken into consideration. At the same time, we focused on the Open Science movement in order to understand what could be its role within the research assessment exercises and how it could affect the future of scholarly scientific communication.Source: Nineteenth International Conference on Grey Literature, pp. 17–22, Rome, Italy, 23-24 October 2017

See at: greyguide.isti.cnr.it Open Access | ISTI Repository Open Access | CNR ExploRA Open Access


2016 Report Restricted

La gestione della privacy all'interno dell'Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione A. Faedo
Deluca R.
Il seguente lavoro illustra il sistema di organizzazione per la gestione della privacy realizzato dall'Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione "A. Faedo" (ISTI) con lo scopo di garantire che il trattamento dei dati personali avvenga nel rispetto dei diritti, delle libertà fondamentali, nonché della dignità delle persone, con particolare attenzione alle garanzie di riservatezza e sicurezza dei datiSource: ISTI Technical reports, 2016

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2016 Article Open Access OPEN

La Tutela dei dati personali nell'Area della Ricerca CNR di Pisa in vista del nuovo Regolamento Europeo
Deluca R.
This work shows how the CNR Research Area of Pisa is preparing to meet the new European rules regarding privacy issuesSource: Privacy News Anno 5 (2016): 54–54.

See at: CNR ExploRA Open Access | www.corriereprivacy.it Open Access


2014 Conference object Open Access OPEN

I sistemi informativi della Biblioteca dell'Area della Ricerca di Pisa
Biagioni S., Deluca R., Giannini S., Pardelli G.
Description of the CNR Library, (Pisa, Italy) and its services.Source: Seminario rivolto agli alunni dell'Istituto Tecnico Economico "F. Carrara" di Lucca, organizzato dall'Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale "A. Zampolli" del CNR di Pisa., Pisa, Area della Ricerca CNR, 31 marzo 2014

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2014 Other Open Access OPEN

Il movimento Open Access - scenari attuali
Deluca R., Giannini S.
Ad oltre dieci anni dalle prime Dichiarazioni internazionali sull'OA questo lavoro, di tipo compilativo, ripercorre brevemente le tappe fondamentali del movimento, analizza a grandi linee l'attuale quadro normativo/legislativo e cerca di delineare il quadro delle policies, nazionali ed internazionali, già attuate dalle diverse istituzioni.

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2014 Other Open Access OPEN

Open Access e legislazione vigente - Linee guida
Deluca R., Giannini S.
The paper summarizes the Italian and European legislation in the field of open access to the research products.

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2013 Report Open Access OPEN

Come cambierà la privacy in vista del nuovo Regolamento Europeo
Deluca R.
Il presente lavoro ha lo scopo di illustrare l'iter legislativo del Regolamento Europeo Privacy, la cui approvazione è prevista nel maggio 2014. Il Regolamento Europeo, che diventerà immediatamente operativo per i 27 paesi dell'UE, introduce significative novità in tema di tutela dei dati personali e di sanzioni. E' quindi opportuno per tutti i soggetti pubblici e privati coinvolti, farsi trovare pronti a recepirlo quando entrerà in vigore.Source: ISTI Technical reports, pp.1–8, 2013

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2011 Other Open Access OPEN

Privacy: le misure minime di sicurezza nel nuovo contesto normativo (DL n. 112/2008)
Deluca R.
Il presente lavoro analizza le innovazioni apportate al Codice Privacy dal DL 112/2008 in materia di misure minime di sicurezza. In particolare vengono affrontate le problematiche interpretative emerse in merito all'obbligatorietà o meno della redazione del Documento Programmatico di Sicurezza (DPS) quale misura minima.

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2011 Other Unknown

Monitoraggio delle attività svolte dalla Biblioteca dell'Area della Ricerca di Pisa nel periodo 2010-2011
Deluca R., Gianfaldoni A., Giannini S.
The aim of this work is to inform the institutes belong to the CNR Research Area of Pisa, about the activities of the Library, in the period of time 2010-2011. We checked some of the services and produces tables and graphs based on the data contents about: the cataloguing data of books and serials; the document delivery (borrowing and lending); the use of the library net (Wired and Wireless); the daily attendance of external users divided by subject area

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2011 Other Open Access OPEN

Materiale didattico - Stage ITIS Lucca
Deluca R., Giannini S.
Materiale didattico utilizzato per le lezioni tenute agli studenti del 5 anno dell'Istituto Tecnico Industriale Statale Enrico Fermi di Lucca in occasione dello stage svoltosi presso la Biblioteca dell'Area della Ricerca di Pisa in data 31 gennaio - 12 febbraio 2011.

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