Information Security in the Field of E-Commerce, E-Procurement (Tendering)
Oksana Safonchyk1, Kateryna Hlyniana2, Svetlana Mazurenko3

1Oksana Safonchyk, Deparment of Civil Law Department, National University «Odesa Law Academy». Odesa, Ukraine.
2Kateryna Hlyniana, Deparment of Civil Law Department, National University «Odesa Law Academy». Odesa, Ukraine.
3Svetlana Mazurenko *, Intellectual Property and Corporate Law Department, Name of the affiliated College or University/Industry, City, Country.
Manuscript received on January 02, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on January 15, 2020. | Manuscript published on January 30, 2020. | PP: 814-819 | Volume-8 Issue-5, January 2020. | Retrieval Number: E5923018520/2020©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.E5923.018520

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Abstract: This research article is about the relative novelty of the E-Commerce Institute and the lack of developed specific legislation in this field raise a number of legal problems. The article is devoted to the legal and economic aspects of the sphere of e-commerce and e-procurement (tendering). The subject of the study is the domestic legislation that governed the issues of information security in the field of e-commerce and e-procurement. The methodology of the research includes general scientific and special methods of knowledge of legal and economic aspects in the field of e-commerce. Thus, the relevance of the article is due to the possibility of using electronic communications in the realization of transactions is declared in the Ukrainian legislation (Articles 207, 1087 of the Civil Code of Ukraine can be named), but the mechanisms of its application do not have proper regulation. Ukrainian legislation does not ensure the effective development of information technologies, dynamics of trade turnover. The authors concluded electronic procurement mechanism contains a large number of provisions based on which the contracting authorities and participants can abuse their rights. The results obtained from the study help to improve the mechanism of electronic procurement in practice. Therefore, as one of the possible ways of solving the problem of electronic trade turnover, it is advisable in the tender committee regulation to determine the rights and obligations of all its members, with the responsibility of one of the employees to monitor the prices and quality of the goods, works and services procured by the organization.
Keywords: E-Commerce, E-Procurement, Information Technologie, Information Security, Informatization Of Process, Security Of Trade.
Scope of the Article: Information-Centric Networking.