Robin Sidel reports:
Terrified by a string of recent hacks, banks are spending billions of dollars trying to fend off a faceless army of digital intruders.
But the biggest threats may come from within.
Banks fear a growing number of employees are unwittingly exposing valuable information to hackers or in some cases leaving digital clues that make a breach possible. To boost their defenses, firms are banning workers from using portable devices such as USB drives, warning employees to be careful what they post on social media and even discouraging workers from posting “out-of-office” replies on their emails.
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