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CCRC competition summary

Date: April 07, 2004
Source: Computer Crime Research Center
By: Timofey Saytarly

ZAPOROZHYE, Ukraine (CCRC) - Computer Crime Research Center and the Transnational Crime and Corruption Center (TraCCC) at the American University, Washington, DC, USA, summarizing the results examining of applications for the competition "Research Projects on Problems of Computer Crime and Cyberterrorism" of the program of small grants, are glad to announce the list of winners. They are:

1. Irina V. Yena - senior lecturer, Criminal Law and Justice Chair, Zaporozhye State University, Zaporozhye, Ukraine. Topic: Methods and Strategy of Collecting Evidence in Cyber Crime Investigation.

2. Michael V. Gutsaljuk - leading expert, Interdepartmental Center Fighting Organized Crime, (no article)President of Ukraine Coordination Center Fighting Corruption and Organized Crime, Law expert, Borispol, Kiev region. Topic: Crime Counteraction in the Sphere of Use of Internet Technologies.

3. Nikolay V. Karchevski - assistant professor, Criminal Law Chair, Luhansk Academy of Internal Affairs of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Law expert. Topic: Crimes In The Sphere Of Use Of Computers, Computer Systems And Computer Networks Committed by Organized Groups and Criminal Organizations: Qualification, Prevention and Precaution.

4. Artem V. Korjagin - officer, Unit Fighting High Tech Crimes, State Service on Fighting Economic Crimes Department, post graduate of the National Academy of Internal Affairs of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Kiev. Topic: Issues of International Cooperation in Struggle Against Computer Crime in Europe. Ways of Effective Response to Transnational Crimes Against Computer Information.

5. Alexander V. Monzhay - 5th year cadet, National University of Internal Affairs, Kharkov. Topic: Problems of Fighting Computer Piracy and Legalization of Software in Ukraine. Development of Complex Information Protection from Unauthorized Copying.

We congratulate winners and wish success in their research!

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