Tompkins Financial Corp. of Ithaca, N.Y., is one of many financial institutions that have been attacked by the sophisticated malware known as Zeus. Now it's fighting back — with sticks.
To protect the funds of its largest commercial clients, which use its services to transfer up to $18 million at a time, Tompkins offered them a free USB stick. The device creates a secure connection to the bank, encrypting all instructions as they are typed.
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