The Forensic Experts Forum (FEF) conference, which was dedicated to promoting international cooperation in the field of Computer Forensics, took place at Europol’s headquarters in The Hague from 14-15 September 2023. Participants shared knowledge, technological innovations, best practices and other information that could help solve digital forensics issues internationally.

The participants of the conference are specialists involved in computer forensics in law enforcement, forensic institutes, international projects and academia. This year’s expert forum presented research results and demonstrations in the field of new technologies, state-of-the-art investigative techniques, analysis of IoT devices, or examination of electronic systems in vehicles. The conference organisers have also ensured that there was no shortage of information on the use of artificial intelligence in digital forensics and solutions in the area of data recovery, reconstruction and also decryption.

One of the themes of the conference was also an example of the innovative solutions used by the Central Office for Combating Cybercrime, which respond to the challenges of recruiting, educating and effectively coordinating the tasks of Central Office for Cobating Cybercrime officers who deal with serious and organised cybercrime on a daily basis.

The challenges faced by the Central Office for Combating Cybercrime and the current activities that are being carried out under the chairmanship of the ECTEG organisation (European Cybercrime Training and Education Group) were presented by Super-commissioner – Marcin Bednarz – Deputy Commander of the Central Bureau for Combating Cybercrime.

Author (s): Central Office for Combating Cybercrime, Masovian Police

Central Office for Combating Cybercrime Website (2023),,KONFERENCJA-FORENSIC-EXPERTS-FORUM-2023.html, (Accessed on 21.11.2023)

Keywords: cybersecurity, international cooperation, digital forensic, AI, combating cybercrime.