The Chicago-based exchange group has said it is a key target for cyber-criminals
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange
Group (CME) warned US regulators on Monday it is at greater
risk of cyber and terrorist attacks than any other public
company, writes Joe Parsons.
The CME said in an annual filing
to the Securities Exchange Commission: "Our role in the global
marketplace places us at greater risk than other public
companies for a cyber attack and other cyber security risks. We
may be at greater risk from terrorism than other
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