Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs hosted the International Scientific and Practical Conference “Combating Cybercrime and Human Trafficking”.
The conference has been co-organized by the Public Association “Global Cyber Cooperative Center” (GC3).
The conference was opened by the first vice-rector of the university, Doctor of Law, Associate Professor, Honored Worker of Education of Ukraine Dmytro Volodymyrovych Shvets. He noted that in 2020, more than 5,000 cybercrimes were registered in Ukraine, during the investigation of which more than 100 people involved in criminal proceedings were detained, including 13 pedophiles. The topic of the scientific event is extremely relevant for our society, as cybersecurity is a priority in the national security system of Ukraine. It was also emphasized that in order to introduce a cybersecurity system in our country, it is necessary to create conditions for the safe functioning of cyberspace and its use, timely warn of possible cyber attacks on critical infrastructure of the state, etc.
During the conference the following issues were discussed: current trends in the use of information technology in law enforcement, current issues of cybercrime investigation, content and methodology of practical training on cyber hygiene, model of software security testing process, legislative regulation of cryptocurrency circulation in Ukraine, main trends in cybersecurity, bank payments, etc. Theses of the conference participants are published in the collection of abstracts of the scientific event.
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