Hack Attack Scrambles U.K. Web Bank, Egg

Ptacek, Megan
October 2000
Bank Technology News;Oct2000, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p17
Trade Publication
Reports investigation on online banking security involving Egg PLC in Great Britain. Accounts on the arrest of hackers accused of online bank robbery by British authorities; Alliance between Egg and U.K. National Crime Squad for the development and installation of anti-fraud software; Role of the Internet in tracing and preventing fraudulent activities.


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