Target’s massive data breach has now cost the company’s CEO his job.
AOL says a security breach may have exposed the private information of a “significant number” of its email users’ accounts.
Michaels Stores Inc. said Thursday that about 2.6 million cards, or about 7 percent of all debit and credit cards used at its namesake stores, may have been affected in a security breach.
Almost all the employees worked at IRS offices in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. The information dates back to at least 2007.
Sands Casino has started notifying customers of its Bethlehem location whose personal information may now be in the hands of computer criminals.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has the details on who may be affected and offers tips to stay secure.
Michaels Stores says it is investigating a possible company data security breach that may have affected its customers’ payment card information.
A local lawmaker is one of those on Capitol Hill leading the charge for stronger cybersecurity, but can the law really outsmart the hackers?
The data breach affecting tens of millions of holiday shoppers at Target is a stark reminder to businesses that information security must be a priority.
Target says that personal information — including phone numbers and email and mailing addresses — was stolen from as many as 70 million customers in its pre-Christmas data breach. That was substantially more customers than Target had previously said were affected.
That is substantially more customers than Target had previously said were affected.
Target says that customers’ encrypted PIN data was removed during the data breach that occurred earlier this month.
As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us, at least one big bank is not taking any chances and some last-minute shoppers may be frozen in their tracks because of the security breach.
Potential victims of the major breach involving the retailer say they are having trouble contacting the company.
Target reportedly is investigating a breach that may have exposed millions of customers’ credit and debit card details.