Intelligence-Led Security Key To Trap Cyber-Criminals

Banks need to be active and use intelligence gathered in-house or by security intelligence providers to take on nimble cyber-criminals, according to Thomson Reuters. Thomson Reuters, in its special report titled: “Cyber Crime: The fast-moving menace” identifies current trends in cyber-crime and the regulatory response in various countries.

Cyber-criminals: 99% of breaches relate to banks' old vulnerabilities
Citing PwC’s 2014 Global Economic Crime Survey, the . . .


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