General Theoretical Issues of Improving Private Forensic Methods In The Field Of Combat Against Cybercrime

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Khamidov Bakhtiyor Khamidovich et al.

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This article critically examines the problems and gaps that arise in national legislation and law enforcement practice in the fight against cybercrime. Scientifically grounded ways and means of their overcoming are theoretically analyzed. In this regard, proposals and recommendations were developed for the development of private criminology methodologies for the development of the theory of forensic science.


The article was prepared with the views of theorists and practitioners, as well as technical research which were based on scientific and practical research in the field of countering cybercrime.


The study analyzes a number of proprietary forensic methods that serve to improve the effectiveness of investigative actions in the fight against cybercrime. National legislation, investigative and judicial practice, international prominent practices were studied, and their achievements and drawbacks were substantiated on the basis of the author's conclusions. Based on this, the most favorable directions for combating these crimes in Uzbekistan were selected.


The article provides a systematic, legal, scientific and methodological analysis of problems in this area and the author's conclusions on this matter. At the same time, the role and importance of advanced foreign experience and international standards in improving national legislation and ensuring the implementation of the tasks set in the State Program are emphasized. In addition, the concepts of "electronic evidence" and "digital evidence" were scientifically analyzed. Their content and technical features are scientifically and theoretically substantiated.

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