J.P. Morgan doubles cyber security spending following Russian data breach
Last week J. P. Morgan revealed that the private data of 76 million households had been "compromised" in one of the biggest cyber breaches yet. While the cyber attack is one of the largest in terms of numbers of people affected, the US bank said there was "no evidence" that account numbers, dates of birth and social security numbers were accessed and reports "not to have seen any unusual customer fraud related to this incident."
The breach has hastened calls for stricter data protection l...
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