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Directors at community banks are adding cybersecurity to a growing list of priorities.

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The wave of high profile security breaches with companies as varied as Target, LinkedIn, Sony etc. shows that hackers are not relying on any one method. Traditional data collection and to cloud interface vulnerabilities - everything is a threat. Add to it, stuff like heartbleed are not even fully understood or through regression. It's a welcome endeavor that boards should do a bit of security micro-managing and keep abreast with internet threats like - bit.ly/1qvnyrK. It can only be a healthy trend and thwart some efforts in their germ
Posted by Eamon W | Monday, September 01 2014 at 4:05PM ET
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