A server lacking two-step verification provided entry point at JPMorgan Chase

Fast Company | Dec 23, 2014

A lone JPMorgan Chase server lacking two-factor authentication may have provided the entry point for hackers to gain unprecedented entry into the private networks of the largest bank in the United States.

“The fact that JPMorgan Chase could be breached should send a shiver of fear through every organization on the planet,” Steve Hultquist, chief evangelist at RedSeal Networks, told Fast Company in October. ”