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Global financial network SWIFT has warned customers over malware that reduces the ability of financial institutions to identify fraudulent transactions. 27 Apr 2016
Insurers are "vulnerable" to cyber attacks, the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) has warned. 19 Apr 2016
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FOCUS: In the absence of specific wording, insurers may be able to reject claims arising out of deliberate data breaches by disaffected employees. 13 Apr 2016
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