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Bank of America insider trading story highlights the importance of enterprise data security

In a case that highlights the importance of enterprise data security, an IT worker has been arrested over allegations that he stole confidential insider information from Bank of America Merrill Lynch which he then shared with others to make investments in stocks. 32-year-old Daniel Rivas, described only as a “former IT employee,” is alleged to have used […] The post Bank of America insider trading story highlights the importance of enterprise data security appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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