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Coming on the heels of the super Target credit-card cyber attack, late last Friday, Dallas-based Neiman Marcus announced that its credit-card data has been compromised as well. The upscale department store has yet to confirm how many shoppers may have been affected.
Neiman's was first alerted to the problem last month, when its credit-card processor discovered the breach. Now, the company is said to be working with the Secret Service to investigate the matter further. On Twitter Friday, Neiman's said that it will be contacting customers whose accounts were used fraudulently.
· Neiman Marcus confirms data hit by thieves [DMN]
· Target breach actually worse than previously thought [Racked National]