We are pleased to announce that the Commander-in-Chief of the Polish Police and the Polish Government Centre for Security are the Honorary Patrons of the “Criminal Intelligence – New Trends in Analysis Conference 2022” conference (CINTIA 2022).

The Polish Platform for Homeland Security, in collaboration with AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, is currently accepting registrations for the first edition of the international analytical conference “Criminal Intelligence – New Trends in Analysis Conference 2022” (CINTiA 2022).

We are pleased to announce that the MIRAD Mid-term Stakeholder Symposium will be held in September in Poznan (Poland) on September 28, 2022. We will be talking on the topic: Working towards more efficient rehabilitation and reintegration of VETOs: The key role of risk assessment and multi-stakeholder cooperation.

This year the international i-LEAD Industry & Research Days will take place from 6 – 8 September at the HSD Campus in The Hague.

The workshop “Countering Disinformation – Resilient Civilians” was held on the 8th of April 2022 in Wrocław, Poland.

We are delighted to announce that the Polish Platform for Homeland Security has become an Institutional Partner of the CYBERSEC FORUM/EXPO 2022, which will be held on 17-18th May, 2022. As PPHS, we are UNITED IN CYBERPOWER to underline that our potential and strength in cyberspace depend on mutual support.

The Polish Platform for Homeland Security co-organises the second edition of the “Cybercrime.2 – Technologies” conference which will be held from the 22nd – 23rd March, 2022, in Warsaw. The focus of the event will be on Mobile Forensics.