Czech policy on cybercrime

The Police of the Czech Republic defines cybercrime as crime committed using information and communication technologies including computer networks. Information and communication technologies themselves are attacked or offences are committed by using information and communication technologies extensivelly as important tools to commit these offences. The Cyber Security Glossary defines cybercrime as follows: “Criminal activity in which a computer appears in some way as an aggregate of hardware and software (including data), or only some of its components may appear, or sometimes a larger number of computers either standalone or interconnected into a computer network appear, and this either as the object of interest of this criminal activity (with the exception of such criminal activity whose objects are the described devices considered as immovable property) or as the environment (object) or as the instrument of criminal activity.”