• Igor Kambovski


Every company, and often individuals, which are able to fulfill certain

needs or simply just for fun, have their own internal networks as well as a

simultaneous approach to the world wide web. Computers, laptops and

smart mobile phones are available to all segments of society, which

improves connectivity and communication. This is generally possible with

the unstoppable spread of internet and unlimmited use of it`s capacities.

The Internet itself offers many ways to educate users and to recognise

basic and advanced computer functions. This approach is at the same time

revolutionary, remarkable from the point of view of the development of

human civilization that, for the first time in history, can "at one time" find

all of its knowledge, experience and achievements. On the other hand, it

is dangerous because there are different traps for inexperienced, and even

for those who know something about protecting their privacy and finance.

Most Internet users have a specific goal of doing it - correspondence with

friends, finding different information, electronic commerce or electronic

banking - тhe possibilities are very different and varied. Nevertheless, all

those users have one thing in common, in fulfilling their goal of staying

online - they do not have enough attention, time or even the will to

properly protect themselves and get to know the possible troubles thay

may encounter if they enter into different types of transactions or

communications. It's a fact that many classic crimes can be committed on

the Internet, as well as acquiring information on users can prepare or

enable the execution of almost all criminal offenses against life and

physical integrity, property, copyright, and many others. In addition to

them, there are also criminal offenses whose development is exclusively

related to the development of electronic communication and the Internet.

There is a wide range of behaviors that can be harmless, but can lead to

the most serious crimes.

May 21, 2019
How to Cite
KAMBOVSKI, Igor. SECURITY ASPECTS OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference "Social Changes in the Global World", [S.l.], v. 1, n. 5, p. 279-293, may 2019. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 15 aug. 2020.