SWIFT-ly robbed

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SWIFT, or the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication, is the messaging system banks use across the world to send each other messages. These messages contain transfers of money, securities and instructions on what to do with them. It is being reported everywhere that its servers at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York was breached and a number of accounts have been touched. The current estimate is that the cybercriminals got away with $81 Million from Bangladeshi account at the FRB.

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Marcus Maltempo is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist and a Certified Fraud Examiner with more than a decade of experience helping banks, law firms and clients manage investigations and regulatory responses. 

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