Bank Agrees to Reimburse Hacking Victim $300K in Precedent-Setting Case

In a case watched closely by banks and their commercial customers, a financial institution in Maine has agreed to reimburse a construction company $345,000 that was lost to hackers after a court ruled that the bank’s security practices were “commercially …

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Bank Agrees to Reimburse Hacking Victim $300K in Precedent-Setting Case

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Friday, November 30th, 2012 Net News

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