It sometimes seems as if every retail store has its customers’ credit and debit card information hacked by cyber criminals.
The man accused of stabbing shoppers, including a 16-year-old girl, at the Target store in East Liberty last year was held for trial during a preliminary hearing today.
Just in time for summer, Consumer Reports is out with their test of sunscreen.
A food maker in Minnesota is recalling some of its products.
Even if you haven’t been affected by the Target data breach, but you have a PNC card – you’ll be getting a new one.
Minneapolis-based Target isn’t commenting on reports that a Pittsburgh-area heating and refrigeration company is being investigated as the possible portal through which computer hackers stole credit card numbers from 40 million of the store’s customers.
The security breach at Target was massive — $40 million debit and credit card accounts hacked.
Whether it’s Target, Neiman Marcus or Michael’s, customers whose credit card or debit card information is stolen by hackers feel violated and left watching their accounts like a hawk.
There are new details on the Target data breach.
After upping the number of customers affected by its credit card information theft — from 40 to 70 million — Target says it’s doing everything it can to protect its shoppers through its zero liability policy.
Target’s pre-Christmas security breach was significantly more extensive and affected millions more shoppers than the company reported last month.
Hackers stealing millions of debit and credit card accounts from customers at Target has dominated the headlines. But what happens to all that stolen data?
Target says debit card PIN numbers may have, in fact, been stolen as part of a massive theft of debit and credit card information from customers who used their cards at Target between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15.
Target says customers’ encrypted PIN data was removed during the massive data breach that occurred earlier this month.
Customer information collected by the popular retailer Target has been hacked, according to a special alert on its website.