Reuters reports that department store chain Neiman Marcus announced yesterday, January 10, that its customers’ credit and debit card information might have been stolen by hackers. No word on how many customers have been affected.
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The U.S. Secret Service is currently investigating potential unauthorized card activities, after Neiman Marcus’ credit card processor discovered a possible problem in December.
An independent firm also determined there was a credit card security breach on January 1.
This is the second cyber attack on a retailer in recent months, after December’s Target fiasco compromised around 70 million customers’ information.
Neiman Marcus is an iconic American retailer founded in 1907, selling fashion’s top names for women, men, and kids, as well as beauty’s best brands, designer jewelry, luxurious decor, and distinctive gifts.