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Australian regulators pressure banks to beef up cyber security

By James King
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The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is cracking down on company board members for lapses in cyber security, after hacks on some of the country’s biggest businesses.

ASIC’s chair, Joseph Longo, put directors on notice in a speech last week, saying: “

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