Bangladesh central bank ends contract with US cybersecurity firm — The Times of India

Bangladesh Bank has ended the contract with FireEye, under the terms of which the security company was investigating a $81 million theft from the bank. A high price tag was cited as one of the reasons for the termination. The Times of India ran a news piece on the deal you may find interesting. Here is the link –

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