Cybercrime: Banks 'Rewarding' Bad Behavior

From Sky News

Banks are "rewarding" customers for being lax about security when they refund money lost through cybercrime, according to Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe.

The Metropolitan Police (London) commissioner says customers should be given incentives to tighten their passwords and update anti-virus software instead.

He said banks could make people more security conscious by refusing to reimburse people who had failed to protect themselves.

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