Hackers steal customer credit card data from US fashion retailer Neiman Marcus

Hackers steal customer credit card data from US fashion retailer Neiman MarcusIn December, US retail giant Target confirmed up to 40 million credit card accounts were at risk after customer data was stolen by hackers. Now, according to Brian Krebs — the journalist that first reported the Target security breach — a second retailer has suffered a similar attack. Krebs on Security reports that hackers have stolen customer credit card data from the Dallas-based fashion chain Neiman Marcus. Krebs says his sources in the finance industry started to suspect a large retailer had been hacked after a December surge in fraudulent debit and credit card charges. The payments, Krebs says, were traced to cards that had been recently been used at Neiman Marcus' brick-and-mortar stores.


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