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Top Technology Concerns
Majority of retailers are concerned that they…
21% Increase in data breaches in first half of 2014 compared to 2013
*Current as of July 8
Graphic by IDG New Service, source: ID Theft Resource Center
A credit card breach can take months to remediate
Data breach will affect up to 70 million people, 30 million more than what the company first estimated in mid-December
The point-of-sale systems at 54 Michaels and Aaron Brothers stores were attacked by criminals using highly sophisticated malware. Up to 2.6 million payment card numbers and expiration dates at Michaels stores and 400,000 at Aaron Brothers could have been obtained in the attack.
Multiple banks say they are seeing evidence that Home Depot stores may be the source of a massive new batch of stolen credit and debit cards that went on sale this morning (9/14/14) in the cybercrime underground.
Attackers compromised a “small number of employee log-in credentials” to gain access to the company’s network and, through it, compromised a database that contained customer names, encrypted passwords, email addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers and dates of birth. The breach is thought to have affected the majority of the company’s 145 million members, and many were asked to change their passwords as a result.
Seagate-owned LaCie’s on-line storefront was breached by a malware intrusion that allowed hackers to obtain lists that may include customer names, email addresses, credit card numbers, and card expiration dates.
A 17-month-long “criminal attack” on the Texas wine retailer’s network resulted in the loss of information of as many as 550,000 customers. The company fears hackers got away with customer names, debit or credit card details, card expiration dates, card security codes, bank account information from checks and possibly driver’s license numbers.
Delaware Restaurant Association
A number of restaurants in Delaware may have been affected by a security breach that compromised software used by customers to pay their bills.
It appears that the malware was installed on our server. The payment card data was comprised of customer names, mailing addresses, purchase information, and credit card or debit card numbers.
Banks enforcing PCI compliance & assessing large fees for non-compliance
Do you offer PCI certified training for every employee that handles credit cards upon hire and annually?
Do all your employees review, comprehend and sign a written security policy on an annual basis?
Does anyone access your business applications remotely? (Two-factor authentication required)
Are you ready for PCI DSS 3.0?
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