2/5/2013

Regulators are giving more attention to cyberattacks on financial institutions, but not enough is being done when the potential for crippling a national economy is considered, according to The Economist. "At the moment banks have little incentive to share information on attacks and vulnerabilities with regulators or competitors," the magazine notes. "Supervisors also appear to be unwilling to talk publicly about their concerns or about investigations into lapses by banks."

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