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Risk analysis

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Sadly, malicious activity is a perennial reality throughout human history. Such activity was evident from the earliest days of the internet, but was long associated with counter-cultural geeks showing off their technical prowess. Over the years, however, it has taken on a more ominous complexion. Organised crime and terrorist groups are increasingly prominent sources of such threats. Accompanying this trend has been the growing sophistication of the methods employed.

Despite this, many banks

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