After over 80 million customers’ details were accessed in 2014 by cybercriminals, three men have been indicted on charges of computer hacking, securities fraud, wire fraud, identity theft, illegal internet gambling and conspiring to commit money laundering.
2 Israeli nationals and one US national were indicted in July. Two other individuals are also on bail in Florida. The hack appeared to have little impact on JP Morgan’s share price at the time.
SOURCE: The Register
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