Toolbox 8 - Preventing Cybercrime - policies & practices
Cybercrime is a borderless problem, consisting of criminal acts that are committed online by using electronic communications networks and information systems - such as crimes specific to the Internet, online fraud and forgery and illegal online content. The toolbox is primarily written for local policy-makers and practitioners who may be confronted with this in their daily work. In the third part some examples of practices implemented in various Member States are further explored. By doing this, the toolbox aims to build up and exchange practical knowledge and know-how and to inspire people working in the field of preventing cybercrime to learn from each other.