The CINTIA 2022 analytical conference is already in the books

On September 20-21, the first edition of the analytical conference “Criminal Intelligence – New Trends in Analysis Conference 2022” was held in Krakow, Poland.

CINTIA 2022 provided an opportunity to learn about the most recent solutions in the field of criminal analysis, as well as to discuss future developments in this area as a result of the needs of law enforcement agencies and security institutions.

More than 200 participants from European LEAs, science, and business attended the practical and scientific panels. During the conference’s opening, Prof. Arkadiusz Letkiewicz, Project Implementation Coordinator at PPHS, and Prof. Marek Kisiel-Dorohinicki, Director of the AGH Institute of Computer Science, welcomed the attendees.

Radoslaw Ostoja-Domaradzki, International Director of the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA), delivered the keynote address. Valerii Tsiupa, CEO of the International Cybernetics Academy, and Aleksandr Korystin, an expert in criminal analysis from Ukraine’s Ministry of Internal Affairs’ Research Institute, gave presentations on the first day of CINTIA 2022. The speakers discussed the new challenges of criminal investigation and cyber security. Jaroslaw Pudzianowski, Chief Expert of the Polish Government Centre for Security, expanded on the topic, mentioning cyber security of critical services in light of the war in Ukraine and legal changes in the area of critical infrastructure.

During the conference’s two days, the following companies showcased their criminal analysis solutions:

  • Blackdot Solutions Ltd,
  • Cellebrite Ltd,
  • Chainalysis ApS,
  • DataWalk SA,
  • Esri Polska Sp. z o. o,
  • Facepoint,
  • Hexagon Geosystems,
  • Idemia Poland Sp. z o. o,
  • SAS Institute Sp. z o. o,
  • Matic SA,
  • Microsoft,
  • Metis,
  • XCI A/S.

Participants could also hear speeches from AGH University of Science and Technology, the Polish Central Anticorruption Bureau, and Mittweida University of Applied Sciences (Forensic Science Investigation Lab). The i-LEAD project’s results, as well as current and planned activities for the next 12 months, were also presented at the conference.

The conference also included workshops led by the following institutions:

  • University of Applied Sciences, Mittweida (Forensic Science Investigation Lab), workshop title: Mobile Network Analyzer,
  • Cellebrite Ltd., whose representative discussed “Surface evidence faster and conduct investigations more effectively with Cellebrite’s Pathfinder.”

The conference was also accompanied by an exhibition of technological advances in the field of criminal analysis by the companies and institutions listed below:

  • Blackdot Solutions Ltd,
  • Chainalysis Aps,
  • Facepoint,
  • Hexagon Geosystems,
  • Idemia Poland Sp. z o. o,
  • Matic SA,
  • University of Applied Sciences, Mittweida (Forensic Science Investigation Lab).

We encourage you to read the product catalog presented at the CINTIA 2022 conference by following this link.

Criminal analysis, the conference’s topic, is a rapidly changing field in which the development of new IT solutions is critical, and events like this one undoubtedly support the development of criminal analysis around the world, so we invite all interested parties to follow updates on our website, where information on the next edition of the CINTIA conference will be posted.

The Polish Platform for Homeland Security and the AGH University of Science developed the initiative. The conference partner was the European i-LEAD project, which brings together Law Enforcement Agencies from across Europe to collaborate on many of the complex issues faced across a wide range of crime topics. The CINTIA 2022 Honorary Patrons were the Commander-in-Chief of the Polish Police and the Polish Government Centre for Security.

Visit the conference website by clicking on this link.