With security loopholes evolving and hackers growing more adept at cyber safe-cracking, can the future of banking ever be secure?
When Tesco Bank fell victim to a cyber breach, hackers were quick to boast on the dark web about it being a cash cow and how they were cashing out £1,000 each week without anyone noticing.
Quite clearly, banks understand the imminent threat such events pose for their businesses. Yet they continue to happen – week in, week out.
What specific threats are considered “the norm” within the finance sector and how must banks respond if they are to have a secure future?