Target’s executive ranks have suffered their first casualty since hackers stole credit card numbers and other personal data of millions of the retailer’s shoppers last year.
Users are being advised to change their passwords after crowdfunding platform website Kickstarter.com was recently hacked.
More than 100 million Americans were affected by personal information breach at Target. Now CBS 11 News has learned it may have started with one infected e-mail.
Two banks have teamed up to file a class action lawsuit against Target over its data breach.
The usernames and passwords of an unknown number of Yahoo! email customers have been stolen and used to gather personal information, the company reported.
Irving-based Michaels Stores, Inc. said it is investigating a possible security breach of customer data.
Neiman Marcus says 1.1 million debit and credit cards used at its stores may have been compromised in a security breach last year.
The security of shoppers has been put to the test since Christmas. Target is one of three major businesses dealing with data breaches that put customer information at risk.
The credit card processing company for Neiman Marcus informed the retailer in mid-December about a possibility of customers experiencing unauthorized payment card activity after making purchases at Neiman Marcus Group stores.
Snapchat plans to put out a more secure version of its app following a breach that allowed hackers to collect the names and phone numbers of some 4.6 million users.
As an apology to the approximately 40 million Target credit card holders whose personal information was compromised in one of the largest consumer security breaches ever, the retail giant offered a 10% discount to all customers making in store purchases on Saturday and Sunday.