Wall Street Buying Some Extra-Strong Barn Doors


Because, you know, they probably should have had them already, and no one wants to have that look that Jamie Dimon had on his face when told about the incident.

Financial-services companies plan to bolster their cybersecurity budgets by about $2 billion over the next two years, according to accounting and consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers….

The spending increases represent accelerated efforts to keep hackers out and a realization that previous efforts haven’t been sufficient.

Financial Firms Bolster Cybersecurity Budgets [WSJ]


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Bonus Watch ’17: Wall Street

Big Apple bankers have almost put that financial crisis unpleasantness behind them, paycheck-wise.


Maybe It’s Best Not To Have Corporate Armies Of Hackers Roaming The Internet

Seems like the unintended consequences might vastly outweigh the benefits, if any.

Image adapted from Flickr User Aranami.

Wells Fargo Hiring Huge, Expert Team Of Barn Door Closers

The bolted, bad-apple fed horses? Yea, they’re still trampling the bank in front of the barn.