ClearBank picked Microsoft Azure because it has 'the most investment going on in cyber security on the planet'
Nick Ogden, founder of the first new clearing bank in in the UK in 250 years, hopes to leave behind 'aging technology'
More security staff and extra staff training at the Bank of England to combat the risk of cyber crime
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Bank of England admits that the Real-Time Gross Settlement system has been down all day after discovering glitch during routine maintenance
CBEST is aimed at improving financial firms' understanding of cyber attacks that could threaten the UK's financial stability
Penetration testing to be used to gauge banks' defences against hackers and cyber criminals
Financial Conduct Authority to examine big banks' IT following repeated glitches
Customers report being unable to use debit cards and ATM machines across the UK, as TSB CEO apologises on Twitter
Cyber attacks have revealed vulnerabilities which could be significant, report says
Simulated cyber attack to test strength of financial services firms' defences
'Concrete plan' by banks to handle cyber attacks to be handed to Financial Policy Committee in six months
Trade body urges banks and regulatory authorities to implement change with new programme
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