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  • How much has Target’s data breach cost the retailer?

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    How much has Target’s data breach cost the retailer?

    Plenty. Its second quarter breach-related expenses cost the retailer more than all but 178 retailers in the 2014 Top 500 Guide sold online throughout all of last year.

    Posted 08/05/2014Zak StamborPost a comment

    Plenty. Its second quarter breach-related expenses cost the retailer more than all but 178 retailers in the 2014 Top 500 Guide sold online throughout all of last year.

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  • Target fills e-commerce and IT posts

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    Target fills e-commerce and IT posts

    Still reeling from a data breach that exposed payment card details of 40 million customers, Target is bringing in executive talent from outside the company. Alan Wizemann, who founded e-commerce software provider ShopIgniter, will lead digital teams as vice president of Target.com and mobile product, and former GSI executive David Weissman will head the online Dermstore unit.

    Posted 07/08/2014Don DavisPost a comment

    Still reeling from a data breach that exposed payment card details of 40 million customers, Target is bringing in executive talent from outside the company. Alan Wizemann, who founded e-commerce software provider ShopIgniter, will lead digital teams as vice president of Target.com and mobile…

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    What online retailers can learn from breaches at Target and other retailers

    Even retailers without store payment systems, the entry point for criminals who hacked Target, Neiman Marcus and other retailers recently, are at risk, a security expert says. Any business with a network is vulnerable to similar attacks, he says.

    Posted 02/26/2014Tom MurphyPost a comment

    Even retailers without store payment systems, the entry point for criminals who hacked Target, Neiman Marcus and other retailers recently, are at risk, a security expert says. Any business with a network is vulnerable to similar attacks, he says.
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    The ghost army assaulting retail data centers

    The hackers stealing consumer data from retailers are sophisticated, interconnected—and anonymous. A security expert advises retailers how to defend themselves.

    Posted 01/27/2014Mike GrossPost a comment

    The hackers stealing consumer data from retailers are sophisticated, interconnected—and anonymous. A security expert advises retailers how to defend themselves.

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