Survey: Two-thirds of banks hit with cyberattacks

01/29/2013 | DaniWeb

Cybercriminals hit two-thirds of U.S. banks within the last year with distributed denial-of-service attacks, according to research that the Corero Network Security commissioned and the Ponemon Institute conducted. Such attacks dominate the time of IT professionals, which "leaves financial institutions open to more dangerous attacks that further compromise their infrastructure," says Dr. Larry Ponemon, the institute's chairman and founder.

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