A former NatWest Bank clerk has been sentenced to four years in jail for helping fraudsters to gain access to the Bank computers in an attempt to steal over £1 million.
Hans Patterson-Mensah, 24 year old, allowed fraudsters to enter into customer interview room at one of Natwest Branches in Sep. 2012.
The fraudsters managed to install KVM("keyboard, video and mouse) switch into a computer. The device gave the criminal access to the bank's internal system.
The criminals managed to change some records to make it look like the target person has deposited £1m in their account. The crooks then withdraw money from that account.
However, Bank staff spotted that something was amiss when they conducted an end-of-day audit. They managed to recover most of the money(£6,000).