News | 09.08.21
After the 9/11 Attacks, Wall Street Bolstered Its Defenses
Since the 9/11 attacks, advances in technology and broad efforts to bolster U.S. market infrastructure have made trading outages rare. Last year, when the coronavirus pandemic led to plunging stock prices, record volumes and an abrupt shift to remote work on Wall Street, the stock market stayed open and its core systems operated largely glitch-free. Yet some investors and officials worry that financial markets could still be crippled by a cyber attack.
Read the full article on Wall Street Journal.