FSS says financial institutions not ready for Windows 10The Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) said Sunday that two banks and 15 stock trading firms were not yet able to provide Internet services compatible with Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 10, which was introduced to the country on July 29.
The FSS said 15 of the nation’s 17 banks, excluding Citibank and Kyungnam Bank, are providing web-based services that are operating with Windows 10. Citibank said it will launch a Windows 10-compatible system by the end of this month, and Kyungnam said the service will be ready by the end of next month.
Among the nation’s 39 stock trading firms, 24 companies, including Daeshim, Mirae Asset, Samsung and Hana Daetoo Securities, have provided web services operating with Windows 10. Among the 14 firms that are running services based on the older operating system, Shinyoung Securities and KDB Daewoo Securities will be ready for Windows 10 within the month. The FSS said all financial institutions not set up for Windows 10 must inform their customers.
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