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Cybercrimes are illicit activities carried out through digital means, whether the internet, internal networks or connected devices.

These crimes can range from the theft of confidential information to sabotage of critical infrastructure. Cybercrime categories include crimes against people (such as cyberstalking or cyberbullying), crimes against property (such as hacking or distributing malware), and crimes against organizations or governments (such as DDoS attacks or infiltrating systems for espionage).

The consequences of cybercrimes can be devastating for both individuals and organizations, which has led to a growing demand for cybersecurity professionals and a constant evolution of laws and regulations to address these threats.