The governor of Mexico’s central bank revealed last Wednesday that while no cyberattacks against banks in the country have been identified since May 8, investigators have yet to confirm if the banks which have been attacked had already taken the necessary measures to fix their vulnerabilities.

Around 300 million Mexican pesos had been stolen from the banks through fraudulent transfers. Bank of Mexico Governor Alejandro Diaz de Leon further revealed that they have identified around 800 suspicious transactions in amounts from 30,000 pesos to more than 500,000 pesos.

Source: Reuters

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