Neiman Marcus says that it’s the latest victim of data thieves, who made off with an unknown number of customers’ credit card information.
January 10, 2014 4:19 PM PST
Neiman Marcus’ downtown San Francisco store.
(Credit: Neiman Marcus)
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Upscale department store Neiman Marcus confirmed that their database of customer information had been hacked last month, reported independent security researcher Brian Krebs on Friday.
The Neiman Marcus hack follows news that thieves made off with the personal and credit card data of up to 110 million Target customers.
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