Stefano Comparetti

Born in Milan in 1988, he is a student at the Università di Milano – Bicocca, computer science department. Since 2010 he has been interested in Computer Forensic and has collaborated with a law firm.

Filippo Daelli

Class 1987, he is a student in law at Università di Milano Bicocca, being prone to IT courses such as Legal Informatics, Informatics for Public Administrations. He attended also several courses on Digital Forensics, Digital Security, Cybercrime. He has always been interested in IT, with a focus on web programming and design; cross-platform user taking advantages both from Macs and PCs. From 2007 until mid-2009 he worked in a legal office as assistant of a lawyer.

Pietro Duva

Born in 1987, he is a student at the Università di Milano-Bicocca, he is “tech-addicted” which has propelled his interest in IT forward, attending the courses of: “Legal informatics”, “Informatics for the public Administrations” and conferences about the Cybercrime, the digital Forensics and the digital security. Specialized in mobile-technology, he has spent some years writing for a website about the improvement of the applications and the operating systems on mobile platforms. 

Giulia Franzoso

Class 1990, she is a law student at Università di Milano-Bicocca.

She is very interested in international and criminal law and is looking forward to working out these interests in a context of digital technology evolution.

She attended several conferences on ICTs, new technologies and their impact on law, digital forensics and cybercrime.

Valerio Guadagno

Born in 1988, he is a student at the Università di Milano-Bicocca, M. Sc. in Law. Since 2010 he has been a junior member of DILAB, Digital Investigation Lab founded, directed and coordinated by Professor Andrea Rossetti, Università di Milano-Bicocca, and by Professor Avv. Giuseppe Vaciago, Università dell’Insubria.

Brikena Memaj

Born in 1988, she is a law student  at  Università di Milano-Bicocca.

She is interested in digital forensics and Internet privacy. She attended several conferences about  ICTs,  cloud computing, digital forensics, smart cities, cybercrime.