The growing threat of cybercrime is very real. Hackers have seemingly been able to find weak links in almost every computer network. In February hackers breached Bangladesh Bank’s systems and stole its credentials for payment transfers. The hackers then bombarded the Federal Reserve Bank of New York with nearly three dozen requests to move money from the Bangladesh Bank’s account to entities in the Philippines and Sri Lanka, for a total of more than $80m. One of the money transfer requestes was held up because the hackers spelling of ‘foundation’ was incorrect, which prompted the bank to seek clarification and stop transfer.