Reply To: OCU ISSO D Week 05 Lesson 17 Discussion

Kelly Crooks

Marcena, great post. Awesome job on explaining the ransomware scenario. I have done research about ransomware for a few of my other courses here at OCU and it seems that a vast majority of attacks are done for financial gain of some kind. I think I have only read a few cases where the attack was done for something other than financial gain. When Russia- Ukraine war started they had cybercriminals that attacked some Russian financial information just to share it with the world because they felt the war was unnecessary.


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