Bangladesh Bank decides not to sue SWIFT over February's cyber heist

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Bangladesh Bank decides not to sue SWIFT over February's cyber heist

Bank that lost $81m in targeted attack reverses plans to sue payments network SWIFT and its own bankers

Bangladesh Bank, the central bank that lost $81m in one of the world's biggest cyber heists earlier this year, has decided against suing the global payments network SWIFT and its own bankers, The New York...

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