Aleksandar Maršavelski is a Junior Researcher at the Department of Criminal Law, Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb, from where he graduated in 2008. He gained a master's degree from the Yale Law School in the United States in 2012. He is currently completing a Postgraduate Doctoral Study Programme in Criminal Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb. He has published numerous research papers, mainly in the area of criminal law.
Criminal offences against computer systems, software and data in the new Croatian Criminal Code
The presentation gives an analysis of certain criminal offences included in the Chapter XXV of the new Croatian Criminal Code: unauthorised access (Article 266), disruption of computer systems (Article 267), damage to computer data (Article 268), unauthorised interception of computer data (Art. 269), digital counterfeiting (Article 270), computer fraud (Article 271) and misuse of devices (Article 272). A brief overview of other criminal offences in the area of cybercrime included in the new Croatian Criminal Code will also be provided.