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Criminal and Legal Countermeasures against Cybercrime in the Conditions of Martial Law


Nataliia Veselovska, Serhii Krushynskyi, Oleh Kravchuk, Olеksandr Punda, Ivan Piskun


Vol. 22  No. 12  pp. 85-90


The article is devoted to the consideration of the features of the application of criminal and legal countermeasures against cybercrime in the conditions of martial law. While conducting this research, we found an opportunity to formulate the author's recommendations for solving the most complex law enforcement problems, as well as to propose changes to the Criminal Code of Ukraine aimed at eliminating the flaws of the analyzed Law, the adoption of which will contribute to the achievement of higher efficiency of the relevant criminal law prescriptions. It is argued that the removal of the previously existing in the footnote of Art. 361 of the Criminal Code of a fundamentally important caveat regarding the fact that when assessing ""significant damage"", the mentioned property equivalent was to be taken into account only when such damage consisted in causing material damage, which led to a significant and unjustified narrowing of the scope of potential application of Part 4 of Article 361 of the Criminal Code.


wartime, information, cybercrime, martial law, information and communication systems, unauthorized interference