Task: Write a research paper using evidence to support a thesis that addresses your research question examining a current issue or event in the news from the perspective of your field of study. The audience is people who are generally educated but do not have extensive knowledge of your field or topic. Length: At least 2000 words Sources: Minimum of 6. At least 3 of these must be from scholarly journals, and all sources should be selected based on reliability, currency, and level of information/analysis. Due date and revision: The first draft of the research paper is due by the end of Week 5. Submit your draft as an attachment (Microsoft Word is preferred) to this assignment folder. This should be as complete a draft as possible, in order to receive the most helpful feedback. In working on your draft, you may want to look at the rubric that will ultimately be used to grade your final paper. Organizing and supporting your paper As you write your paper, be sure to include the following: an engaging introductory paragraph that includes an effective and clear thesis statement any definition of terms or background information that your reader is likely to need to understand your paper focused body paragraphs that begin with topic sentences and use effective transitions. This is where you will support the thesis using arguments and evidence. a concluding paragraph that reiterates the thesis, summarizes key points of the paper, and leaves the reader with the “So what?” Research is a key element of this paper. Take care to support your claims with research throughout the paper. Include APA in-text citations whenever you use sources, whether through quote, paraphrase, or summary. An APA reference list at the end of the paper should list all of the sources cited in the text of the paper. Working Research Question: What are the effects of working from home on a company’s internal network security posture? Working Thesis Statement: Cybercriminals are having a field day; your remote connection to work may not be as secure as you think.