On 21-23 September 2021 in Gdynia there was held the third edition of the Scientific Conference “ICT crime of the XXI century” organised by the Naval Academy. The leading theme of the event was “Digital evidence. Between disclosure and presentation”.

PPHS together with the National Research Institute (NASK) organises a panel on cybersecurity in higher education within the SECURE 2021 conference. The meeting will be held online on 20th October 2021.

We are happy to inform that the European CYCLOPES project has been launched. The consortium activities are coordinated by the Polish Platform for Homeland Security.

PPHS organises the online training for representatives of the Polish Prison Staff on building awareness on counteracting radicalisation. The event is free of charge and will be held in Autumn 2021. The training will be conducted under the international R4JUST project aimed at preventing radicalisation and violent extremism.

We encourage you to read the fifth and final issue of the LION DC Newsletter. It provides up-to-date information on the Consortium’s activities in the final phase of the project.

The international Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN) celebrates the 10th anniversary of its founding. Therefore, practitioners engaged in RAN’s activities prepared the short video about their involvement and experiences in the network.

The PPHS newsletter has been released. Find out more about our activities in the area of projects implantation!

The Polish Platform for Homeland Security organised the C-UAS Industry Day which was held online on 30th June 2021.

We organised the webinar on counteracting radicalisation and data protection policies under the European R4JUST project on 28-29 June, 2021. In total, the event was attended by 341 specialists, such as prison staff, probation officers, prosecutors, judges and lawyers.

We would like to inform you that the very interesting exercises presenting the risks associated with the use of improvised explosives (IED) and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear substances (CBRN) by terrorist groups took place.