How organizations should respond to cyberattacks.
Find an online article or story that relates to the topic. The paper should have four parts: 1. A reference in MLA format at that start of the paper that allows anyone to look up the article or story 2. A brief summary of the article or story 3. An explanation of how the article or story relates to the topic. Your thoughts or opinions about the article or story (why you chose it/what it means to you). Modern Language Association (MLA) Standards Modern Language Association (MLA) standards for format, citations, and documentation of references are detailed below and at the “” section of the MLA Web site: Modern Language Association (URL: https://www.mla.org/MLA-Style). 1. Assignments must be printed using a computer printer and printed on standard 8.5 x 11 inch white paper using a portrait layout. 2. Papers must be typed on a computer and printed on standard white paper 8.5 inches by 11 inches, portrait. 3. The text of the paper must be double-spaced using Times New Roman, 12 point only. 4. Leave only one space after periods and other punctuation marks. 5. The margins of the document must be one inch on all sides. Paragraphs are to be indented one-half inch from the left margin (five spaces or press “Tab” once). 6. All pages are to be numbered consecutively in the upper right-hand corner, one-half inch from the top, and flush with the right margin. 7. Use either italics or underlining consistently throughout the document for the titles of longer works and, only when necessary, to provide emphasis. 8. Endnotes are to be on a separate page before the Works Cited page. 9. Please do not plagiarize your sources! • Cite the primary article which you are discussing at the beginning of the essay as shown in the example. • If you use references other than the primary article, you must cite them in a List of Works Consulted at the end of the essay. • If you copy anything word-for-word or copy a unique thought, you must cite the reference and page number(s) if page numbers are used in the source.