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IKI40903 – Komputer & Masyarakat
Tugas Kelompok ke 3 – Keying Error

Kelompok E • 0906648453 - Amir Hamzah • 1006822694 - Ayuditya Annisa Edmarani • 1006822870 - Juwita Efnasari • 1006822896 - Kosim Ramdani • 1006823002 - Putri Sidratul Muntaha • 1006823040 - Reynaldi Nugroho

Bibliographic citation for article :
The $100,000 Keying Error, Kai A. Olsen, Molde University College and University of Bergen

Source of article :
Lectures on Ethics – Sept 2012, R. Yugo Kartono Isal

Brief summary of article :
Seorang nasabah bernama Grete Fossbakk hendak mengirimkan uang kepada anaknya sebesar $100.000 melalui internet banking. Namun terjadi kesalahan dalam proses transfer tersebut yaitu salah memasukkan nomor rekening, yang harusnya 11 digit, namun Fossbakk memasukkan 12 digit, dan uang tersebut tidak terkirim kepada anaknya melainkan orang lain. Oleh karena itu Fossbakk meminta ganti rugi kepada pihak Bank atas kejadian tersebut karena ia merasa itu bukan salahnya.

Your Opinion :
Yang harus dilakukan agar kasus di atas tidak terulang kembali adalah memperbaiki system aplikasi tersebut, yang meliputi : ✓ Penambahan validasi jumlah digit rekening ketika transaksi, seperti memberikan keterangan tambahan di bawah/di sebelah kanan kotak isian nomor rekening mengenai jumlah digit nomor rekening dan mengunci jumlah maksimal digit input kotak isian nomor rekening menjadi 11 digit. ✓ Menampilkan halaman konfirmasi nomor rekening, nama penerima, dan nominal yang akan ditransaksikan sebelum proses transfer dilaksanakan. ✓ Penambahan user guide/manual sebagai panduan penggunaan aplikasi ✓ Penambahan penggunaan token untuk setiap transaksi internet banking untuk segi keamanan dalam bertransaksi ✓ Penambahan fitur historical transaksi yang bisa berupa softcopy dan hardcopy yang bisa dicetak ✓ Penambahan halaman…...

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