Hackers pose threat to financial system confidence

The next crisis for the financial system could be one of confidence prompted by cyberattacks, writes David Reilly. Data breaches compromised 552 million identities last year, according to the Norton Cybercrime Index. The financial system is increasingly dependent on technology, and an attack like the one that hit Target last year could shake consumer confidence, prompting a run on banks, Reilly writes.

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