(Bloomberg) -- The chief executive officer of Swift, the interbank messaging system embroiled in a global bank-hacking controversy, says to expect more information about breaches to emerge as fully armoring the network’s defenses is likely to take years.

“We don’t think this is going to be solved overnight, so we’ll be looking for a number of quick wins to improve things in the near term,” Gottfried Leibbrandt, Swift’s CEO, said in an interview from the cooperative’s London office on Wednesday. “The full rollout, and the full shore up, will be a matter of years.”

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