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Select one of the three sites and prepare a paper addressing what YOU think was the greatest security risk(s) at the site. Do you think the risk(s) was adequately addressed, pre incident, in their planning? Were there other risks that not may not have been thought of and came to light during the ‘accident’? What would be some of the cost-effective countermeasures you would recommend to address the greatest risk you highlight in addition to the other risks revealed because of the ‘accident’? Writing Paper guidelines include the following:
Consider the question asked
Establish your position/point of view
Research topic for support and evidence
Write outline and organize ideas
Write your introduction (state your position which you intend to prove in the body)
Write your body (present your facts to support your position)
Write your conclusion (Sums up your case/position)
Edit and rewrite
Finalize references and citations
Title of Paper – Summarizing the main idea of the paper on one line
The text of the paper should be left aligned, double-spaced paragraphs, with the first line of each paragraph indented by one tab key (0.5 inch).
Order of pages for the paper are: title page, 5 full pages of text and a reference listing page for a total of 7 pages minimum. All pages should have the page number flush right. Font to be used is 12-point Times Roman. Margins will be 1 inch on all sides, which is normally the default margin in WORD. APA writing uses intext citations and a reference list associated with all sources. For intext citations, the basic order for a printed book is (Author’s surname ONLY, year of publication and page number(s)). Example – (Norman, 2016, p. 4). When using multiple pages, insert pp. X-X.
The basic order for a webpage, with authors name provided is (Author’s surname ONLY, year of publication and paragraph number). Example – (Smith, 2021, para. 17). The basic order for a webpage, without authors name is (Title of Article, year of publication, and paragraph number). Example – (How to grow plants, 2021, para. 22). When using multiple paragraphs, insert para. X-X.
Most webpages on websites do not have page numbers, so providing the paragraph number is required. To come up with the paragraph number(s), you start at the top of the webpage and count down to the paragraph(s) where the information is located that you are sourcing/paraphrasing. Lastly, for every intext citation, you must have a reference listing and vice versa.
Reference List Information – There are 4 elements to a reference listing, which are author, date, title and source. Author – Who is responsible for this work? Date – When was this work published? Title – What is this work called? Source – Where can I retrieve this work? Answering these 4 questions will help you create a reference for any type of work you encounter, even if you don’t see a specific example that matches it. The reference list is a new page after the conclusion of the text. You will label the reference list as References, capitalized in bold and centered. Double space all reference list entries, (including between and within references). Use a hanging indent for all references, meaning the first line of each reference is flush left and subsequent lines are indented by 0.5-inch in. Order the reference list alphabetically by the author’s last name, followed by the initials of the authors first name and middle name, if provided.
APA version 7 writing style
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