Bahamas central bank upgrades IT to defend against cyber risk


The Central Bank of Bahamas made upgrades to its security and threat management capabilities in 2017, to ensure its IT systems would be able to withstand a cyber attack.

“This project responds to the globally high-profile cyber security incidents and threats, which have had damaging effects on the operations of both private and public enterprises,” the bank explains in its latest annual report.

The upgrade was one of many the central bank made to its information technology systems, aimed at

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