“Safe E-commerce Conference (SEC)” Summary
On 19-20 September 2019, the first edition of the conference entitled “Safe E-commerce Conference (SEC)” took place in Będlewo, in The Mathematical Research and Conference Center, which is a part of the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The event was organized by OLX Group and Polish Platform for Homeland Security and was held under the Honorary Patronage of the Regional Police Commander in Poznan.
The subject of the conference were the issues related to abuses and crimes committed with the use of electronic devices and methods of their effective combating.
After the ceremonial opening of the conference by the organizers and the speech of the Regional Police Deputy Commander in Poznan, presentations were also delivered by:
• Prof. Adam Wójtowicz, Poznan University of Economics,
• Adam Haertle, Trusted Third Party,
• Witt Berger, Facebook,
• Jakub Olszta, Regional Police Headquarters in Wroclaw,
• Oriana Czichy, T-Mobile operator,
• Dariusz Lipowski, Polish Bank Association (PBA),
• Wojciech Pilszak, Edward Szczypka, E-detectives,
• Anna Koral-Zagórska, Logistics Operator inPost Inc,
• Sebastian Kondraszuk, Research and Academic Computer Network (NASK),
• Piotr Szałamacha, Mikołaj Kamieński, Horyzont Internet Technologies LLC,
• Piotr Chochłow, Karol Daciuk, OLX Group,
• Arthur Kubiak, BitBay,
• Jarosław Cholewiński, Bureau for Fighting Cybercrime of the General Police Headquarters of Poland,
• Rafał Gołębiewski, Technical Director of BNP,
• Jakub Rzepka, Police School in Piła and Krystian Piekarski, Regional Police Headquarters in Poznań,
• Ewa Stachowiak, telecom operator INEA.
Over 200 people participated in the conference; in particular, representatives of Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), representatives of the judiciary, employees of the private security sector, as well as representatives of companies and institutions dealing with security in cyberspace.
The participants of the conference could also become acquainted with the topics of two international projects:
• i-LEAD (www.i-lead.eu) – five-year-long project whose main aim is to hold discussion among the police representatives from the Member States of the European Union on the possibilities of new technology for usage in five thematic areas: cyber-security, activities of prevention services, forensics, cross-border and criminal offenses.
• FORMOBILE (www.formobile-project.eu) – three-year-long project whose main aim is to work out solutions that will enable the extraction of previously unavailable mobile data, unblocking mobile devices, as well as the analysis of data from mobile phones, taking into account the needs of LEAs.