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KRAKOW ITC INFODAY

 

 

‘DIGFORASP’ celebrates an ‘Infoday’ in Krakow to strengthen digital forensic analysis in Poland

On March 30th the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow hosted an informative day, Infoday, on the European project DigForASP. The event brought together experts from the Polish security forces and top scientists around the country, as well as already COST Action participants. The main objective of the meeting was to encourage participation in the network of countries that are subject to greater inclusivity for the European COST program.

The MC member Piotr A. Kowalski from the host institution welcomed the participants, followed by the Action Chair Jesús Medina, Full Professor of the University of Cádiz. Most of the day was focused on presentations made by Action members, as well as Polish researchers and members of the security forces. The lieutenants Wojciech Lis, from the Provincial Police Headquarters in Krakow, and Boguslaw Gozdecki form the National Police Headquarters in Poland, participated in the presentations addressing the topic of cybercrime. That allowed academics and Law Enforcement Agencies to get familiar with the work of the network, so they could collaborate together.

The day before the Infoday an Action Working Group meeting was held. After some presentations made by the Working Groups members, the goals for the 3rd Working Groups Meeting were discussed.

 

Details for the Krakow ITC Infoday

Agenda for the Krakow ITC Infoday

Agenda for the Working Groups Meeting