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Chapter 13 Case 2 Wyoming Medical Center, LosAngeles County, and Raymond James: EndPoint Security Gets Complicated (James A. O’Brien dan George M.Marakas, Information and Management Systems. 10th Edition. 2007. McGraw-Hill Irwin)

Mata Kuliah Sistem Informasi Manajeman

Dosen : Dr. Ir. Arif Imam Suroso, MSc

Disusun Oleh: Dani Surahman P056111101.47

PROGRAM STUDI MAGISTER MANAJEMEN DAN BISNIS SEKOLAH PASCASARJANA INSTITUT PERTANIAN BOGOR 2012

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Daftar Isi......................................................................................................... i BAB I. PENDAHULUAN .......................................................................... 1 I.1 Latar Belakang........................................................................... 1 I.2 Tujuan Penulisan ....................................................................... 2 BAB II. TINJAUAN PUSTAKA.................................................................. 3 II.1 Manajemen Keamanan Teknologi Infotmasi ............................. 3 II.2 Endpoint Security ..................................................................... 3 II.3 Enkripsi .................................................................................... 3 II.4 Data Loss Prevention ................................................................ 4 II.5 Firewalls................................................................................... 5 II.6 Virus ....................................................................................... 5 II.7 Malware .................................................................................. 6 II.8 Spyware ................................................................................... 6 BAB III. PEMBAHASAN ............................................................................. 7 III.1 Studi Kasusu…...

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