How to clean up after Sumitomo Mitsui

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How to clean up after Sumitomo Mitsui

When the truth finally comes out about the attempted theft of £220 million from Sumitomo Mitsui Bank in March, it's likely to have all the hallmarks of an inside job – certainly that the crime relied on having people on the inside to carry it out.

One report suggested it was the cleaners who fitted keylogging hardware in the relevant systems to transmit secret account information, although that has since been officially denied. But let's assume, just for argument's sake, that organised crime wanted to plant keyloggers in your systems, ...

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