March meeting of IT clubs & code of professional ethics 

Detective March meeting of IT clubs  

On Wednesday, March 13th, as part of the Managers’ IT Club, we had a “detective meeting” at the Faculty of security sciences.

The opening speech and greetings were given by the dean of the Faculty of Security Sciences, prof. dr. Igor Bernik. The meeting was led by Assoc. prof. dr. Miha Dvojmoč – detective.

We got to know detective work for which Open Source Intelligence is used. 90% of research today is covered by searching cyberspace intelligence, which include: websites, social media, online networks, online maps, public databases, statistical publications and data broker services. There are 9 website browsers already.

In Slovenia, there is a marked increase in the need for services in the field of detective work. As the demand for services increases, so does the number of controls that border on legality. The primary problem is represented by persons who are not qualified to carry out supervision, either theoretically or practically, and the black market of services, which mainly interferes with human rights and fundamental freedoms.

Even if we have not found ourselves in the role of a customer of detective services, this meeting was really very interesting, because it discussed how detective work and a good legal basis in the organization can help to reduce the leakage of information. The lecturer emphasized many times that the Code of Professional Ethics is also crucial for performing the profession of detective. It was also mentioned that detective activity in Slovenia is primarily governed by the Act on Detective Activity, which is the most important document in this area.

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