SANTIAGO: Chile's government and financial institutions will seek advice on cybersecurity practices from an unnamed international organization after hackers robbed US $ 10mil (RM39.95mil) from the country's second-largest commercial bank, its finance minister said.
Banco in the Hong Kong, the bank's chief executive Eduardo Ebensperger said over the weekend. The hackers have been used for the first time in a variety of ways, such as: “finance minister Felipe” (19659002) “We will review best practices in cybersecurity to prevent and respond to these attacks,” finance minister Felipe Larrain said in a statement.
Authorities also called on Congress to pass a new bank regulation that would require more funds to cover operational risks, including those related to cybersecurity. – Reuters