N.Y.'s Lawsky Considering Strict Cybersecurity Regime for Banks
New York regulator Benjamin Lawsky may use the cybersecurity rules he's proposed for virtual-currency companies as a model for traditional banks. That would subject the financial institutions his agency supervises to the most stringent data-security rules anywhere.
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