Find as many "big hacks" as you can, and then tabulate:
When it took place, when the victims found out, what was done or stolen, who (if known) did it, how the hackers got in (if known), and as much other interesting info about each attack as can sensibly fit into a table.
For each of the hackers who got in (eg: Syrian Army, Lulzsec, etc) also research them to ensure that all their good hacks are properly included in the table. Also - I would like a second table listing the hackers and some info about them (eg: where they are, motivations, affiliations, politics, regions, etc),
Here's a few big ones I can remember, which must be in the table:
Sony, eBay, NYTimes, Twitter, Stratfor, AOL, Linkedin, Target, Dunn & Bradstreet
I also remember a big UK shopping chain had their credit-card machines hacked (they dialed home to upload credit card numbers every night) - I forget who this was, but this needs to be in the table too. I noticed that spammers got my unique PayPal addresses one day, so anything you can find out about PayPal hacks would be good to include too.