The office supply retailer is investigating a possible credit card data breach.
As data breaches continue to make headlines, Bank of America is enhancing the encryption capabilities on debit card transactions.
An infiltration of the retailer’s payment system has potentially compromised consumer credit card and debit card information.
The bad news: 56 million card were compromised. The good news: The breach has been contained.
The retailer confirms its payment data systems were infiltrated beginning in April.
The retailer is looking into possible data breach of consumers’ credit and debit card information.
A malware intrusion has occurred at 51 locations, potentially compromising consumer debit and credit card information.
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The chain says fraudsters may have stolen card data from 33 of its locations within a specified timeframe.