Case Study: The Ransomware Threat

Case Study: The Ransomware Threat

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The Ransomware Threat Columbia Southern University Facts A ransomware threat is when malware is put on a computer that stops the user from using it to get to files or to use it at all (Glassberg, J. (2015)). Crypto-ransomware and winlocker ransomware are two types of commonly used ransomware. Crypto-ransomware encrypts all the files on […]

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Scholarly Activity: The Chicago Area Project

Scholarly Activity: The Chicago Area Project

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Unit 4 Scholarly Activity Columbia Southern University The Chicago Area Project This project was established by Clifford Shaw to put his theory that social structure when pertaining to crime, can be impacted by social action. Shaw wanted to reduce the number of delinquent children in transitional neighborhoods. He tried to increase opportunities for the younger […]

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BCJ 2000 Unit 5 Scholarly Activity

BCJ 2000 Unit 5 Scholarly Activity

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Unit 5 Scholarly Activity Columbia Southern University There are many different kinds of social theories, which try to categorize the behaviors of criminals. Social process theories come to term by a person coming in contact or interacting with society. Social development theories try to say that the offender changes over time. The same way that […]

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Scholarly Activity: White Collar-Crime

Scholarly Activity: White Collar-Crime

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Unit 7 Scholarly Activity Columbia Southern University White collar-crime has grown increasingly over the past couple of years. There are more people taking things that are not theirs, and no one knowing who it is that robbed them. People think that there are only a couple of crimes that are considered white-collar crime, and that […]

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BCJ 2000 Unit 6 Scholarly Activity

BCJ 2000 Unit 6 Scholarly Activity

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Unit 6 Scholarly Activity Columbia Southern University There has been a very high increase of murders and aggravated assault cases in Jackson, Mississippi. Jackson is the largest city in the state of Mississippi, and is considered the most dangerous as well. Jackson has always been known for the amount of crime that takes place in […]

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BCJ 2000 Unit 1 Assessment

BCJ 2000 Unit 1 Assessment

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Question 1: What is the purpose of the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) and the Uniform Crime Report (UCR), and how are they used? (200 words in length) The National Crime Victimization Survey is an annual survey of selected American households conducted by the Bureau of Justice Statistics to determine the extent of criminal victimization, […]

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BCJ 2000 Unit 3 Research Paper

BCJ 2000 Unit 3 Research Paper

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Unit 3 Research Paper Columbia Southern University Eugenics is described as the science of improving a human population by controlled breeding to increase the occurrence of desirable heritable characteristics. It was developed largely by Francis Galton as a method of improving the human race, and it fell into disfavor only after the perversion of its […]

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Scholarly Activity: Positivism Theory

Scholarly Activity: Positivism Theory

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Positivism Theory Unit 2 Scholarly Activity Columbia Southern University Positivism Theory Early positivists used date from the fields of biology, anthropology to identify physical abnormalities that criminologists thought could be used to distinguish criminal offenders from other people (Pearson, 2016). It rejects free will and replaces it with scientific determinism. It also rejects focus on […]

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