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Academic Integrity Tutorial: 4. Quoting

PLEASE STUDY: Examples

Reference

Havener, K. B. (2017). Cyber Insurance and information security. GPSolo, 34(3), 48-51. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.nwmissouri.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,uid&db=a9h&AN=123745930&site=ehost-live&scope=site


Original passage: 
It is no surprise that law firms that obtain and maintain cyber insurance are also the most likely to have the most well-honed cybersecurity policies in place. Just as having a security alarm system installed in your home lowers your homeowner's insurance premium and an automated docketing system lowers your malpractice premium, the very process of acquiring cyber insurance increases your preparedness and decreases the likelihood of significant loss owing to security breach.


NOTE: This article does not contain page numbers, so the number of the paragraph is cited (see APA manual, pp. 171-172).

 

Short quote: (see pp. 170-171 of APA manual)

Havener's article claims "law firms that obtain and maintain cyber insurance are also the most likely to have the most well-honed cybersecurity policies in place" (Havener, 2017, para. 9).

 

Long quote: (see pp. 170-171 of APA manual)

For law firms, there are many advantages of having cyber insurance.

It is no surprise that law firms that obtain and maintain cyber insurance are also the most likely to have the most well-honed cybersecurity policies in place. Just as having a security alarm system installed in your home lowers your homeowner's insurance premium and an automated docketing system lowers your malpractice premium, the very process of acquiring cyber insurance increases your preparedness and decreases the likelihood of significant loss owing to security breach. (Havener, 2017, para. 9)

READ: Direct quotes

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