Columbia Southern Ransomware Threat Law Enforcement Case Study VIII

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Glassberg, J. (2015). The ransomware threat. Law Enforcement Technology, 42(9), 33-35.

Then, write a case study that answers the following questions:

  • What was the problem? What were the effects of the problem?
  • What is the profile of the hacker?
  • What can be done to protect against the threat?
  • What should be done if a computer is infected with ransomware?
  • What type(s) of cybercrime was/were involved in this article? Does the identified offender fit the characteristics for this type of cybercrime?

Your assignment should be a minimum of two pages in length, not counting the title and reference pages, and you should use APA formatting. In addition, any references used should be properly cited.

Tutor Answer

agneta
School: UIUC

Attached.

Case Analysis: The Ransomware Threat:
I.
II.

The Ransomware threat is an article by Jason Glassberg.
The problem that is being discussed is the increasing use of ransomware, especially by
organized crime groups.

III.

Furthermore, another impact is financial. This is in some ways. For instance, most
cybercrime cases end with the victims having to pay a ransom for it to be eradicated from
their systems.

IV.
V.

The article also takes a dig into the profile of the hacker.
The procedure to take upon infection by ransomware begins with switching off all infected
computers and networks.

References
Fuller, C. R. (2016). Shortening the skills gap: An exploratory study of cybersecurity
professional experience (Doctoral dissertation, Capella University).
Glassberg, J. (2015). The ransomware threat. Law Enforcement Technology, 42(9), 33-35.
Samtani, S., Chinn, R., & Chen, H. (2015, May). Exploring hacker assets in underground
forums. In Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI), 2015 IEEE International
Conference on (pp. 31-36). IEEE.


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