In general, cybercrime is defined as either a crime involving computing against a digital target or a crime in which  a computing system is used to commit criminal offenses. As a broad category of crime, cybercrime includes such disparate sorts of activities as illegal access of data, use of computer communications to commit fraud, or the ransoming of systems via digital means. Cybercrime may also be referred to as computer crime. (Defenition:Technopedia). Here you can find information on Cybercrime


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Cyber-offenders versus traditional offenders; An empirical comparison

Marleen Weulen Kranenbarg, Associate Professor Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam