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  • Meet the PCI DSS, avoid being the next TJX

    The seriousness of the TJX Cos. data breach became even more apparent last week, with the retail giant's admission that at least 45.7 million credit and debit cards were stolen by hackers who were able to penetrate the network over an extended period... 

  • Will data breach be the end of TJX?

    This week in Security Blog Log: Industry experts say companies can learn from a data breach and even prosper from it. But is TJX following the right example? 

  • TJX says at least 45.7 million card numbers stolen

    An analyst says the 45.7 million-plus card numbers stolen in the TJX data breach marks the biggest online heist in history. 

  • Symantec threat report under the microscope

    This week in Security Blog Log: Infosec professionals dissect Symantec's latest threat report and express a range of views in the blogosphere. 

  • TJX faces suit from shareholder

    Updated: The Arkansas Carpenters Pension Fund wants access to documents outlining TJX's IT security measures and its response to the data breach. 

  • Google boosts privacy, but storage glut continues

    Google is right in making its server log data anonymous after 18-24 months. But the mammoth amount of data being collected is still a major concern. 

  • TJX data breach faces FTC probe

    The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) confirmed it is investigating events surrounding the data breach at TJX Companies Inc. TJX says it is cooperating with investigators. 

  • Gartner: IT departments lack finances to protect data

    A new Gartner report says 15 million consumers were victimized by identity theft over 12 months, because companies keep making mistakes like those made by TJX. 

  • Data breach: If customers don't act, data will remain at risk

    To make enterprises take data security seriously, customers must take control of their personally identifiable information and stop handing it out to businesses. 

  • TJX data breach worse than initially feared

    Hackers had access to a larger amount of customer data, TJX executives said in a statement.