Repercussions from Target’s data breach continue to trickle in, and Niemen Marcus recently admitted 1.1 million customers were impacted in a similar security incident. The two retail companies have taken very different approaches to disclosing details: Target appears to value transparency while Niemen Marcus is keeping information released very vague.
What do these responses reveal about the state of information security in the retail industry?
Listen to episode 116 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Craig Young, Dwayne Melancon and Ken Westin discuss how government investigations impact data breach disclosures, why PCI compliance is not enough for the retail industry, and when other retail breaches will be disclosed.
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- Security Slice: Tis the Season for Security Predictions
- Security Slice: The Target Data Breach
- Security Slice: Pushing Through the Development Disconnect
- Security Slice: Will Security Quizzes Help Banks – Yes or No?
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