Goldman's $36M Fine Turns Data Security Scrutiny Inward

By Allison Grande (August 4, 2016, 9:35 PM EDT) -- The Federal Reserve on Wednesday flexed its data security enforcement muscles by hitting Goldman Sachs with a $36.3 million fine over a former employee's alleged misuse of confidential information to attract clients, highlighting the need for financial institutions to be mindful of not just external threats, but also internal security risks that could land them in hot water with increasingly active regulators....

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