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Information Security BMGT 301 Dr. Zeinab Karake
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Policies, procedures, and technical  measures used to prevent  unauthorized access, alteration,  theft, or physical damage to  information systems Security 
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Security Goals 3 Integrity Confidentiality Availability C.I.A.
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Hardware problems Breakdowns, configuration errors, damage from improper use or  crime Software problems Programming errors, installation errors, unauthorized changes Disasters Power failures, flood, fires, and so on Use of networks and computers outside of  firm’s control  E.g., with domestic or offshore outsourcing vendors Problems with IT Systems
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Malware Viruses Harmful software program that attaches itself to other  software programs or data files in order to be executed Worms Independent computer programs that copy themselves from  one computer to other computers over a network Malicious Software 
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  • Fall '08
  • WANG
  • Computer virus, Computer worm, Information Security BMGT, acceptable security goals, Hannaford data losses

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