In the early 1930s, America was astounded and appalled by renowned criminals Bonne Parker and Clyde Barrow. The two out-laws were infamous for their bank robberies during the Great Depression.
Fast forward almost a century, and banks have to worry a lot less about modern Bonnie and Clydes. Instead, their greatest looming threats have gone underground into the vast depths of the Internet and cyberspace.
What would Bonnie and Clyde have to say about that I wonder?