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The review presents the authors' opinion of the monographic series by V. F. Jafarli “Criminology of cybersecurity”. The aspects of the formation and development of the system of criminological cybersecurity studied in the monograph are analyzed from the point of view of criminal law, criminological and interdisciplinary legal resources. The debatable issues related to the problems of introducing information and communication technologies in the field of combating cybercrime and determining the boundaries of digital interference are discussed.

criminological validity, cybersecurity, digitalization, criminal law, computer crime, artificial intelligence
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