From JPMorgan Chase to Dairy Queen, several large corporations have disclosed data security breaches in recent weeks, underscoring that cyberattacks are now a major risk facing businesses of all kinds. The digital library Cryptome recently did a search for "hacker" in the Securities and Exchange Commission's database and found more than 8,000 companies
have included the word in their filings. Nearly all of these were risk disclaimers (barring the odd reference to someone with the surname Hacker). Here's a sampling of how financial institutions of varying sizes and types have warned investors about the possibility of data breaches, culled from the first 2,000 search results.