En 4ème position au classement des + grandes sociétés mondiales.
Rank | Company | Country | Sales | Profits | Assets | Market Value
1 | ICBC | CHINA | $148.7 B | $42.7 B | $3,124.9 B | $215.6 B
2 | China Construction Bank | CHINA | $121.3 B | $34.2 B | $2,449.5 B | $174.4 B
3 | Agricultural Bank of China | CHINA | $136.4 B | $27 B | $2,405.4 B | $141.1 B
4 | JPMorgan Chase | USA | $105.7 B | $17.3 B | $2,435.3 B | $229.7 B
JPMorgan Chase a été une nouvelle fois victime d'une attaque informatique. Un vol de données personnelles a été constaté, au moins 80 millions d'usagers ( ~ 76 millions de comptes privés & ~ 7 millions de comptes professionnels ) sont concernés. Ces données incluent les noms, prénoms, adresses postales, numéros de téléphone et adresses courriels.
Mark Boleat a écrit :The head of policy for the City of London, said cyber-criminals would go about destroying bank records and changing the amounts people have in their accounts, sending shockwaves through the financial system like a neutron bomb.
→ ( Oct 11, 2014 ) Cyber-criminals could spark next financial crisisBenjamin Lawsky a écrit :The superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services, said last month that it was only a matter of time before there was an Armageddon-style cyber-attack on the global financial system. He drew comparisons with the 9/11 terrorist attack on New York's World Trade Centre, which crippled financial confidence around the world, as he urged the public to invest in preventing a cyber-disaster.
A number of major institutions have recently fallen victim to cyber-attacks. Perhaps the most alarming was JP Morgan, America's largest bank, which admitted last month that cyberattackers accessed the information of 76m households and 7m small businesses over the summer
( Tue Nov 10, 2015 4:43pm EST ) NEW YORK - U.S. prosecutors on Tuesday unveiled criminal charges against three men accused of running a sprawling computer hacking and fraud scheme that included a huge attack against JPMorgan Chase & Co and generated hundreds of millions of dollars of illegal profit. Gery Shalon, Joshua Samuel Aaron & Ziv Orenstein, all from Israel, were charged in a 23-count indictment with alleged crimes targeting 12 companies, including nine financial services companies and media outlets. Prosecutors said the enterprise dated from 2007, and caused the exposure of personal information belonging to more than 100 million people.
→ ( Nov 10, 2015 ) U.S. charges three in huge cyberfraud targeting JPMorgan, others