Countering Digital Crime in the Economy and its Legal SupportJournal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2020-06-30
Authors : Nguyen Huy Binh;
Page : 2493-2500
Keywords : system Analysis; Economic Crime; Digital Economy; Law; Digital Crimes & Counteraction;
IT-oriented crime in the economy and business is a little-studied social and legal phenomenon. Without a systemic approach, it cannot be fully explored, even on a national scale. The results of the system-legal analysis of the current state and trends of economic crimes in the context of digital transformation in Vietnam and other countries close to the economy are visionary in the work. On the basis of the analysis, recommendations have been made to increase the effectiveness of the fight against high-tech economic crimes. Among other things, improving forensics to improve the effectiveness and sustainability of the fight against such crimes. The system analysis made it possible to draw a number of conclusions, in particular, on the impossibility of fully identifying and personalizing economic relations. Is important the following principle of the need to model and predict reverse links, as well as to create and use appropriate infrastructure, including electronic support of judicial evidence. Systemically justified proposals for improving measures to prevent and counter economic crime in the digital economy have been proposed. The need for special solutions and legal categories is justified. It's also proposed to adapt a number of existing economic and legal concepts to effectively counter high-tech and mobile criminal groups. The experience of Russia, Vietnam, South-East Asia has been used. Consideration has been given to the need for preventive capacity in Viet Nam's criminal legislation.
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