Violent extremism is a form of extremism that uses or threatens to use violence, or encourages or justifies the use of violence based on a world view, or on ideological grounds. The world view or ideology can be politically or religiously motivated or built around a single topic, but it inherently involves the use of violence to achieve the goals. In its most radical form, violent extremism can turn into terrorism.
Cybercrime includes crime carried out or involving the computer, information network or network equipment. The ‘cyber’ prefix refers to activities related to information networks or data devices. In terms of form, cybercrime usually refers to crime connected to information networks and that target and are carried out using the information network environment.