In the Margins

Alleged JPMorgan hackers also hit Boston fund co, WSJ

November 10, 2015

By USA Today

The alleged hackers blamed for breaching JPMorgan Chase's systems last year were involved in a scheme that also targeted 14 other companies, including a Boston-based mutual fund firm and several financial news publications—The Wall Street Journal among them. A JPMorgan Chase spokeswoman said the bank's 2014 data breach was tied to an indictment unsealed Tuesday by Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara's office. Read the original story from USA Today.

 

 

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