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FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT “UNION“ UNIVERSITY IN BELGRADE
and
MINISTRY OF LABOR, VETERANS AND SOCIAL ISSUES OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
in cooperation with
Bukovinian University, Chernivtsi, Ukraine
European Polytechnic Institute, Kunovice, Czech Republic
Faculty of Security Engineering, University of Žilina, Slovakia
Higher School of Social Sciences and Technology, Radom, Poland
International University in Brčko, Brčko District of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Maikop State Technological University, Maikop, Russia
Mogilev State University of Food Technologies, Mogilev, Republic of Belarus
North-Caucasian Institute of business, engineering and information technology, Armavir, Russia
School of Economics and Management in Public Administration, Bratislava, Slovakia
“Todor Kableshkov” University of Transport, Sofia, Bulgaria
NORIPS, Belgrade and
MESTE, Belgrade

are organizing the

International Scientific Professional Conference
“Fight Against Fraud & Corruption 2014“
Forensics and Prevention
December 11th and 12th, 2014

 


      
      
The Scientific Board of the Conference
Prof. Dr. Milija Bogavac, FBIM, Belgrade – President
Prof. Dr. Vladimir Stojanović, FBIM, Belgrade
Prof. Dr. Nada Živanović, FBIM, Belgrade
Prof. Dr. Isidor Jevtović, FBIM, Belgrade
Prof. Dr. Zoran Čekerevac, FBIM, Belgrade
Prof. Petar Kolev, DSc, VTU „Todor Kableškov“, Sofija
Prof. Ing. Viera Cibakova, CSc, VŠEMVS, Bratislava
Prof. Yaroslav Vyklyuk, DSc, Bukovina University, Chernivtsi
Prof. Ing Ladislav Šimak, PhD, FSI, Žilina
Prof. Oldrich Kratochvil, DSc, European Polytechnic Institute, Kunovice
Prof. Emeritus Velimir Sotirović, International University in Brčko, Brčko District
Prof. Ing. Zdenek Dvorak, PhD, FSI Žilina, Slovakia
Prof. Dr. Ludmila Prigoda, Maikop State Technological University, Maikop, Russia
Prof. Ing. Miloslav Seidl, PhD, FSI, Žilina
Prof. Nenčo Nenov, PhD, VTU „Todor Kableshkov“, Sofia
Prof. Dr. Mitar Lutovac, FBIM, Belgrade
Prof. Dr. Dragan Momirović, FBIM, Belgrade
Prof. Mehmed Avdagić, PhD, PPDIVUT, Sarajevo
Prof. Dušan Vejnović, PhD, Evropski defendologija centar, Banja Luka
Prof. Dr. Tishchenko Evgeny Nikolaevich, Rostov State Economic University, Rostov
prof. Ing. Ladislav Kabát, CSc, VŠEMVS, Bratislava
Assoc. Prof. Abelyan Hakob Saribekovich, CSc., SKIBIIT, Armavir
Assoc. Prof. Ing. Ladislav Novák, PhD, FSI, Žilina
Assoc. Prof. PhDr. Zoltán Rózsa, PhD, VŠEMVS, Bratislava
Assoc. Prof. Ing. Klučka Jozef, PhD, FSI, Žilina
Assoc. Prof. Daniela Todorova, Phd, VTU „Todor Kableškov“, Sofija
Assoc. Prof. Stanislav Filip, PhD, VŠEMVS, Bratislava
Assoc. Prof. Ljupčo Eftimov, PhD, Faculty of Economics, Skopje
Assoc. Prof. Ivona Palgan, PhD, Higher School of Social Sciences, Radom
Assoc. Prof Ing. Ľuboš Cibák, PhD. MBA, VŠEMVS, Bratislava
Asst. Prof., Irina Ivanova, CSc., MGUP, Mogilev
Asst. Prof. Dr. Aleksandar PetkovićMinistry of Internal Affairs of Serbia, Belgrade
Prim. Dr. Sc. Senka Rendulić Slivar, Academy of Medical Sciences, Zagreb
Bruno Bojić, PhD, Foreign Trade Chamber of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dr. Ibrahim Okanović, Audit office for the Instutions of the Federation BiH, Sarajevo
Dr. Saša Aksentijević, Viškovo
Ing. Kavka Jaroslaw, European Polytechnic Institute, Kunovice
Thematic Areas-Sections of the Conference

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Financial Auditing
Forensic Accounting and Auditing
False Financial Reporting
Misappropriation of Funds
Money Laundering
Corruption
Digital Forensics and the prevention of fraud in Internet Business
Computer Networks Forensics
Ethernet Forensics
TCP/IP Forensics
Internet Forensics
Wireless Network Forensics
Anti-forensic Tools and Procedures
Forensic systems providing services „in the cloud“(Cloud Computing“)
Conference Languages
Serbian       English

Contact Persons

Prof. Dr. Zoran Čekerevac
Mgr. Dejan Jeremić
F2014@meste.org
dejan@norips.org

Conference Venue
Metropol Palace, Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 69, Beograd

The Organizing Committee of the Conference
Prof. Dr. Milija Bogavac, president, FBIM, Belgrade
Prof. Dr. Vladimir Stojanović, FBIM, Belgrade
Prof. Dr. Nada Živanović, FBIM, Belgrade
Prof. Dr. Isidor Jevtović, FBIM, Belgrade
Prof. Yaroslav Vyklyuk, DSc, Bukovina University, Chernivtsi
prof. Dr. Zoran Čekerevac, FBIM, Belgrade
Mgr. Dejan Jeremić, Septia Academy
Mgr. Srđan Maričić, FBIM, Belgrade
Slobodan Dimitrovski, CIA, CGAP – Macedonia
Marija Kušić Radovanović, Raiffeisen bank, Beograd
Conference Aims
Spectacular reports of losses, corporate destruction and large scandals in recent years have focused attention on the leadership of companies, owners and regulators of corporate governance, on the failures of risk management strategies, as well as the widespread existence of unethical business conduct, fraud and corruption. Typical examples include fraudulent payments, credit, mortgage and leasing fraud, falsifying invoices, bribes, rebates and false warranty claims, conflicts of interest, false reporting and much more. Unethical business behavior is widespread and are seriously damaging the reputation and morale of organizations, which leads to direct or indirect major losses (estimated to be between 2 and 5% of turnover)
Even though most organizations today have some form of reaction strategy, the same question is almost always asked: Why is it so hard to be committed to recognizing the early warning signs? One of the reasons is probably the time needed to invest in actively preventing fraud, corruption and unethical business behavior, even though it is usually significantly less in comparison to the time and resources required to conduct the investigation. Despite the importance of the problem, many managers still have not gone through any formal training on how to identify the red flags and how to deal with them and, most importantly, how to become resistant to all forms of unethical behavior and business, including fraud and corruption.
In modern business practices, the use of computers is inevitable. The majority of users are familiar with basic computer use, but very few are aware of the possibilities, as well as the dangers that computer usage carries. Computerized or digital forensics as the application of scientific methods with the goal to identify, collect and analyze data while preserving the integrity of the original evidence and chain of custody in order to determine the potential digital evidence with intensive computer use becomes more important every day. Forensic tools allow recovery and analysis of deleted, hidden and temporary files that cannot be accessed in a conventional manner. A complete system for gathering, analyzing and creating evidence reports acceptable for court use and to recover lost data, due to its nature and its methods, can be applied in the public sector, the private sector and in the civil society sector.
This conference is an opportunity for scientists, experts, businessmen and the general public to become aware of the current situation and perspectives in the scope of the thematic areas covered by the program. This year, special attention will be paid to digital forensics and information security both here and in surrounding areas while taking the concept of global connections into account.The goals of the conference:

  • To ensure participants meet with relevant, practical and cost-effective tools for identifying and quantifying the actual risk of fraud and corruption in their organizations;
  • To assist participants in developing programs for active detection of fraud and corruption (or “medical record”) which is relevant for the organizations for which they work; and
  • For the participants of the conference to come closer to the idea of the need for training of all employees in the fight against fraud and corruption.

In the conclusions of the conference will be the summarized results of the conference. After the end of the conference, accepted papers will be published in the academic journals of FBIM Transactions or MEST Journal, depending on the issues and the language in which the paper is written, which will be globally available to readers.

International Scientific Professional Conference
“Fight Against Fraud & Corruption 2014“
Forensics and Prevention
December 11th and 12th, 2014