Investors reluctant to put funds into hacked businesses, warns KPMG

Danny Palmer
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Four-fifths of big fund managers polled by KPMG would think twice before investing in cyber-compromised companies

Investors are reluctant to put their money into organisations that have been hacked, a study by KPMG has claimed, with the professional services firm warning that some boardrooms still fail to take...

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