Advisers and financial services firms have been scrambling to avert any potential damage from the “Heartbleed” cybersecurity bug that threatens millions of web users.
Encrypted channels for online communication that were thought to be secure have now been identified as being at risk due to a flaw in a piece of code in the OpenSSL — the open-source cryptography used to secure data.
We’ve gathered what custodians and money managers have said about their susceptibility to Heartbleed.
Sources: Mashable, InvestmentNews staff reports, company statements
By InvestmentNews staff