A spate of attacks on US financial institutions has seen criminals obtaining bank employee login details through phishing and keylogging and using the information to wire themselves hundreds of thousands of dollars, the FBI is warning.
When banks' own employees can get duped by phishing attacks, merely educating their customers to watch out for dodgy emails and URLs is not going to work in this day and age, as I'd pointed out here.
Thankfully, technology is available to solve this problem reliably, cost-effectively and, most importantly, without "false positives".
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