Think of it as the movie Office Space remade as a horror film. A couple years ago, an ATM in Kiev started spitting out cash at various times throughout the day. While the actions seemed random, they were anything but. It all started with some emailed malware called Carbanak. The malware learned the behavior of bank officers and then it went to work, “not only turning on various cash machines, but also transferring millions of dollars from banks in Russia, Japan, Switzerland, the United States and the Netherlands into dummy accounts set up in other countries.” The hack was so effective and widespread that no one is sure exactly how much money was stolen. But it was in the hundreds of millions.