Hong Kong watchdog to tighten cybersecurity at brokers after hackers steal HK$110m over 18 months

The Securities and Futures Commission will tighten cybersecurity requirements for Hong Kong stockbrokers after 20 hacking attacks over the past 18 months led to investor losses totalling HK$110 million (US$14.2 million), the regulator said on Wednesday.
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