COMBATING CYBERCRIME AS A PREREQUISITE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DIGITAL SOCIETY


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Olga A. Klymenko

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Ph.D. in Law. Head of the Department at the Interagency Research Center on Problems of Combating Organized Crime under the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (from 2017 to 2019), Kyiv (Ukraine).

Mykhaylo V. Gutsalyuk

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Ph.D. in Law, Associate Professor. Chief Researcher at the Interagency Research Center on Problems of Combating Organized Crime under the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, Kyiv (Ukraine).

Andrii V. Savchenko

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Doctor of Law (LLD). Professor of the Criminal Law Department of the National Academy of Internal Affairs, Kyiv (Ukraine).

Abstract


The article deals with the issues of cyber security and cybercrime in the digital society. The areas for improving international cooperation to ensure the security of the Internet are proposed. Digitized society is being implemented around the world at a high rate and offers significant benefits for the development of both society as a whole and its individual components. At the same time, a factor that has a negative impact on this development is cybercrime. The article explores the current state and main trends of cybercrime, including its organized forms. The legislative and organizational measures are proposed to counter cybercrime, the leading role of international cooperation is emphasized, including the rapid exchange of electronic data to detect and investigate cybercrime.



Keywords


Cybercrime, Cyber security, International cooperation, Digital society, Counteraction



How to cite this article


Klymenko, Olga A.; Gutsaliuk, Mykhailo V.; Savchenko, Andrii V. (2020). "Combating cybercrime as a prerequisite for the development of the digital society". JANUS.NET e-journal of International Relations, Vol. 11, N.º 1, May-October 2020. Consulted [online] on the date of the last visit, https://doi.org/10.26619/1647-7251.11.1.2



Article received on November 12, 2019 and accepted for publication on March 26, 2020