Please complete Annotated Bibliography for the following ten (10) references, please see instructions and examples, attached:
1. Bjorhus, J. (2014). Clean Reviews Preceded Target’s Data Breach, and Others. Retrieved from
2. Claburn, T. (2013). Record-Setting Data Breach Highlights Corporate Security Risks. Retrieved from
3. Finkle, J. & Heavey, S. (2014). Target says it declined to act on early alert of cyber breach. Retrieved from
4. Harris, E. A. & Perlroth, N. (2014) Target missed signs of a data breach. Retrieved from:
5. Jamieson, A. & McClam, E. (2013) Millions of Target customer’s credit, debit card accounts may be hit by data breach. Retrieved from:
6. Kurane, S. (2014). Minnesota court to hear all Target data breach cases. Retrieved from
7. Mitchell, S. (2009). How to Survive a Data Breach a Pocket Guide. Cambridgeshire, UK: IT Governance Publishers.
8. Rosenbaum, P. (2014) The Target data breach is becoming a nightmare. Retrieved from:
9. Saikali, A. (2013, December 30). The Target Data Breach Lawsuits: Why every Company Should Care. Data Security Law Journal. Retrieved from:
10. Thompson, L. L. (2011). Data Breach Encryption Handbook. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association.

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