North Korean hackers preyed on banks’ weaknesses; Japan grapples with the bribery scandal

26 February 2021 00:00

Duration: 25:44

A long-term, successful North Korean hacking heist targeting banks around the world has sparked a conversation about financial institutions’ readiness to take on cyberattacks. The hackers’ ability to make away with the loot and launder large sums has also raised questions about how lax practices have played into the hands of criminals. Meanwhile, in Japan the bribery scandal has left observers to question how effective the country is likely to be in regulating its new, growing gambling industry.

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