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About the CINTiA 2022 Conference

The first edition of the international analytical conference “Criminal Intelligence – New Trends in Analysis Conference 2022″ (CINTiA 2022) will be held on 20th-21st September 2022 in Krakow. The event will be organized by the Polish Platform for Homeland Security and the Stanisław Staszic AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow.

CINTiA 2022 will consist of two panels: practical and scientific. During the first panels, suppliers of modern technologies in the field of criminal analysis will present their latest solutions. The scientific panel will focus on presentation of the results of research, including indication of trends and directions of development of the area which is the subject of the conference.

The aim of the conference is to enable knowledge transfer between representatives of agencies, providers of tools for conducting criminal analysis, and representatives of the world of science. By participating in the presentations of new technologies and becoming familiar with the results of research, representatives of law enforcement agencies will gain knowledge that will allow them to improve their criminal analysis process. This will enhance the overall level of public safety. On the other hand, feedback from officers on the presented solutions will allow companies to better adapt their offer to the expectations of end users in the future.

The addressees of the conference are both representatives of the services responsible for security and scientists who deal with criminal analysis in their daily work. For these two groups, participation in CINTiA 2022 is free of charge. Due to the international nature of the event, the organizers provide simultaneous interpretation from English into Polish.

CINTIA 2022 – Scientific Committee

  1. Prof. Marek Kisiel-Dorohinicki – AGH University of Science and Technology
  2. Prof. Jarosław Wołejszo – Calisia University
  3. Prof. Aleksander Byrski – AGH University of Science and Technology
  4. Prof. Dirk Labudde – University of Applied Sciences, Mittweida
  5. Katarzyna Chałubińska-Jentkiewicz, PhD, Eng. – War Studies University
  6. Jerzy Kosiński, PhD, Eng. – Polish Platform for Homeland Security
  7. Jerzy Zawisza, PhD, Eng. – Warsaw University of Business
  8. Barbara Gąciarz, PhD, Eng. – AGH University of Science and Technology
  9. Paweł Chodak, PhD, Eng. – AGH University of Science and Technology
  10. Paweł Topa, PhD, Eng. – AGH University of Science and Technology



*The agenda is subject to change*

Summary report


The Polish Platform for Homeland Security brings together representatives of services responsible for public order who, together with security and science practitioners, develop modern technologies and support legal solutions aimed at enhancing the level of security. The basis for cooperation is joint performance of national and European R&D projects. The PPHS supports the exchange of knowledge between uniformed services and the world of science at the Polish and European level. Since 2005, the Polish Platform for Homeland Security has organized and co-organized over 40 national and international conferences. The PPHS also offers security training and audits (more than 7,500 people were trained in 2018 and 2019).

The AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow is a modern state university which develops collaboration with colleges and universities in Poland, Europe, and all over the world. The university’s priority is the accomplishment of tasks and projects that are part of the knowledge triangle: education – scientific research – innovations. The AGH University of Science and Technology is a technical university where exact sciences are strongly represented, and where they constitute basis for the development of a wide spectrum of applied sciences at a gradually increasing role of social sciences and humanities. In line with global trends, the AGH creates new branches of study, but at the same time the university keeps the conventional ones, which are indispensable for a proper development of science, technology, and the economy.

An EU funded project running under the H2020 initiative. i-LEAD brings together Law Enforcement Agencies from across Europe, working together to unravel many of the complex issues faced across numerous crime topics. As well as the lasting network, the project outputs include recommendations on the EU level; connected to technology, standards and procurement opportunities that can boost the uptake of innovations and the interoperability between LEAs. Thus, enhancing the success of law enforcement investigations – especially in cross border crimes. Many of the challenges and issues faced by LEAs are uncovered in i-LEAD through a series of yearly workshops covering 5 thematic areas managed by 5 practitioner groups (PG), located across Europe.


Dirk Labudde, Forensic Science Investigation Lab (FoSIL), University of Applied Sciences, Mittweida

Dr. Dirk Labudde is a German computer scientist and forensic scientist at Mittweida University of Applied Sciences since 2009. In 2014, he founded Germany’s first bachelor’s degree programme in “General and Digital Forensics” and was appointed professor in the same year. Since 2017, he has also been a head of the Fraunhofer Academy’s Cybersecurity Learning Lab. 

At Mittweida University of Applied Sciences, he also heads the FoSIL (Forensic Science Investigation Lab) research group, which deals with a wide range of forensic issues. In this area, Prof. Labudde is also active as an expert witness in court and as an advisor to the police and public prosecutor’s office. He was awarded the Saxon Teaching Prize in 2014 for his outstanding teaching and research activities.

David E. Williams, Microsoft, Director, Business Programs Public Safety & Justice

David Williams is a key member of Microsoft’s worldwide public sector, focused on public safety and justice solutions for investigations and analysis. He is a passionate about public safety and the application of technology to augment and assist the great people protecting citizens globally. He works closely with the partners, field teams and customers in this space to find solutions that support mission requirements. Prior to joining Microsoft, Dave spent 10 years in various roles in technology companies focused on intelligence, investigations, and data analytics. He has consulted on solutions and problem solving across the globe in the defense and intelligence space, as well as law enforcement agencies at all levels. Dave also retired as a Major from the United States Army where he served for 24 years as an enlisted soldier, noncommissioned officer and commissioned officer in the Infantry, Signal and Civil Affairs branches.

Damien Martinez, Facepoint

Damien Martinez is the founder and CEO of FACEPOINT, a crimetech company specialized in picture intelligence. Previously, Damien served as the Risk Director for continental Europe at Thomson Reuters. Over the last 15 years, Damien has specialized in terrorism financing prevention. 

He started his expertise as an investigator for the Sept 11 Class action on Al-Qaeda financing, then worked as an expert for the Swiss Federal Police and as a specialized compliance officer for Credit Suisse headquarters in Zurich. Damien is also the founding partner of the Center for Analysis on Terrorism, a European leading think tank based in Paris.

Stephane Goddé, Head of EMEA Fraud & Security Intelligence in Government & Non-financial services at SAS Institute

Stephane Goddé is a former Belgium law enforcement officer who served as a Judicial Commissioner in the Federal Computer Crime unit and in the international Fraud & Corruption department within the Federal Police. He investigated criminal tax, money laundering, public corruption, cybercrimes, ID theft, narcotics and terrorist-financing. Before he stepped into data-analytics, he has worked as an IT security officer in a bank and as consultant in KPMG. For more than two years he has been head of the Fraud & Security department for Government, Retail, Telco & CMPI in EMEA, as well as project leader in the Public sub-sector area. Stephane has the passion to help clients with their digital transformations while thinking out of the box. Don’t create problems if there are solutions for every problem is his quote of the year.

Antonio Navarro, Senior Business Solution Manager, EMEA CXP Fraud & Security Intelligence Practice, SAS Institute

Antonio is a financial crimes specialist with more than 10 years of experience working with public sector organisations in the Fraud & Security Intelligence landscape. For the last 4 years, he has been working across EMEA tailoring first-class analytical solutions to customer business processes and designing short- and medium-term implementation strategies that guarantee the value provided by the analytical tools through a wide variety of public sector organisations.

Charles Brown, Blackdot Solutions Ltd

Charles has over a decade’s experience helping public and private sector organisations to manage a broad range of threats and risks. He has conducted complex investigations and intelligence assignments for some of the world’s largest banks, law firms and corporations, and advised governments on a variety of critical security issues. 

Ohad Gross, Business Development Director, International, Cellebrite

Ohad is Cellebrite’s Senior Director for International Business Development, responsible for developing and promoting Cellebrite’s DI story and nurturing business opportunities. Ohad brings more than 20 years of experience in global business development positions. Prior to joining Cellebrite in December 2021, Ohad had a long tenure at Intel both in Israel and in the USA, as business development executive.

Mats Isakson, Technical Account Expert, Cellebrite

Former Detective Inspector at the Swedish Police. Mats brings a combination of law enforcement field experience from his 15 years as an IT-forensics Specialist within the Swedish Police, combined with the private sector experience with 4 years as a corporate IT/Cyber Security expert.  Mats holds a degree in computer maintenance/science and lives in Sweden. A year ago Mats joined Cellebrite as a Presales Expert for Cellebrite covering agencies in the Nordics.

Retired Colonel Sławomir Jakubiuk, Esri Poland, Department of the Central Administration and Security

He served 25 years in the Polish Army in positions related to spatial analysis and imagery reconnaissance. He completed specialized courses at the European Union Satellite Center and the NATO School in Oberammergau. Sławomir established the Geospatial Reconnaissance Headquarters and then headed the Geospatial Reconnaissance Service in the Polish Armed Forces for 5 years. He was a consultant to the Government Security Center in the construction of the GIS system for COVID-19 warfare. For the past year, he has headed the security sector at Esri Poland.

Maciej Piaskowski, Esri Poland, Technical Sales Support Team

SGGW graduate. He has been involved in geographic information systems (GIS) for 15 years, with more than 10 years at Esri Poland. Maciej currently heads the Technical Sales Support Team. He specializes in analytical and information sharing solutions for organizations.

Gilles Andre, IDEMIA

Pioneered Big Data processing by releasing the first ETL platform back in 1997. As a serial entrepreneur in the field of Data and Artificial intelligence, he kept innovating through various initiatives, aiming to converge heterogeneous information into a unified knowledge model. Gilles is currently the Founder and CEO of OPPSCIENCE, a French company that published the first Intelligence Analysis Management platform. It combines 25 years of expertise and research for non-technical users to autonomously leverage Big Data and AI in their decision-making processes.

Radoslaw Ostoja-Domaradzki, Retired Polish Police officer, former Judo competitor and trainer, International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts

Mr. Ostoja-Domaradzki joined the Polish Police in 1995. After his well-accepted and often awarded service in the criminal department, in 2000 he became the first certified criminal intelligence analyst allocated to the newly created (first in Poland) Criminal Intelligence Analysis Section within the Regional Police HQ in Wroclaw, Poland. He supervised analytical activities within many investigations – to mention a well-known and extremely successful analysis of a serial killer case – a nickname: “Scorpio.” Parallel to that he was engaged in creation of the analysis training curriculum for Polish analysts. From 2003 to 2005 he was a Head of the International Cooperation and Intelligence Analysis department within the Polish Central Bureau of Investigation.

When Poland joined the European Union, he was selected as an analyst to join the European Law Enforcement Agency – Europol, with its HQ in The Hague, the Netherlands. He served there from 2005 to 2016. The last 7 years of this period he was appointed as a Senior Analyst in the analysis project Twins focusing on child sexual exploitation. For a short time (2016-2017) he served in Interpol in Lyon, France  – working as an analyst in Crimes Against Children (CAC) team. In July 2017 he returned to the Europol’s Twins where he is again a Senior Analyst. Since 2003 he is a member of the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts which is the biggest association of intelligence analysts in the world. For 12 years, he has held the (elected) International Director position within the IALEIA Board.

Aleksander Goszczycki, MATIC SA

Expert in the area of cyber security and business approach to IT. He has more than 20 years of experience in securing and protecting complex, heterogeneous IT solutions in large organizations. During his career, he has managed projects in many government organizations and companies critical to the country’s security. Aleksander Goszczycki works as the Managing Director at MATIC. The team he leads is dedicated to improving the security of state institutions in cyberspace and implementing available technologies to protect critical infrastructure and improve public safety.

Jesper Andersen, XCI A/S

Jesper is the CCO and co-founder of XCI A/S, a privately owned Danish company, focusing on creating the best solutions in the world to fight cyber crime. Jesper has more than 20 years’ experience in the business from various positions.

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Conference venue:
Institute of Computer Science
AGH University of Science and Technology
Kawiory 21 Street (Building D17)
30-055 Krakow, Poland

Accommodation won’t be provided by the organisers.

You can book a room with a 8% discount in the AC Hotel by Marriott Krakow (al. 3 Maja 51, 30-062 Krakow). Add a phase “CINTIA2022” to a booking message and send an e-mail to: in order to receive a discount.


Magłorzata Wolbach

Malgorzata Wolbach

Junior Project Officer
Polish Platform for Homeland Security