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International financial messaging service SWIFT told clients on Friday to share information on attacks on the system to help prevent hackings, after criminals used SWIFT messages to steal $81 million from the Bangladesh central bank.
Earlier on Friday Reuters reported that Wells Fargo, Ecuador’s Banco del Austro and Citibank, whose Managing Director, Franchise Risk & Strategy, Yawar Shah, is SWIFT’s Chairman, did not inform SWIFT of an attack last year in which over $12 million was stolen from BDA.
The banks and Shah all declined to comment.
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