Written by Stu Sjouwerman
via The Reverse Review
“So you think you know the ins and outs of money transfers over the Internet. You make up strong passwords and you even remember to change them once in a while. You have “normal” security in place (last Monday you hid the sticky note with your bank’s password and login on it—it’s no longer on your monitor).
“However, a little while ago there was nothing typical about Monday morning for Bradenton attorney Kimberly Graus. It might have started out bright and sunny, but that Monday turned out to be a dark day for one of the trust accounts she administers—$35,000 was missing and she could not account for it. Her computer had been hacked and the money was winding its way to Eastern European criminals….”
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