Digital Forensics and Criminal Policy: Latvian–Ukrainian perspective

Aelita Zīle, Andrejs Vilks, Anton Polianskyi

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Digital forensics and criminal policy are undergoing transformational processes
related to technological development. In order to speed up the development of relevant
knowledge and skills, a training process is intensively planned, which is characterised by
a flexible approach to learning information. Learning digital forensics has certain challenges that both practising experts and future experts face. Therefore, in order to promote
the development of this knowledge, it is important to offer international experience and
knowledge transfer, including using open educational resources. The aforementioned
would allow interested parties to gain in-depth knowledge in the field of digital forensics
using the approach of different countries both in theory and in practice. The purpose of
the article is to outline the role of digital forensics in modern life, as well as to emphasise
its connection with the implementation of criminal policy. The article will examine
the point of view of both Latvia and Ukraine on the development of digital forensics in
interaction with the creation of forensics.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)140-149
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2022


  • digital forensic
  • open education
  • science

Field of Science*

  • 5.5 Law
  • 5.3 Educational sciences

Publication Type*

  • 1.2. Scientific article included in INT1 or INT2 category journal of ERIH database


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