The restaurant chain said customer credit and debit card data was stolen from some of its locations.
MasterCard is extending its zero liability policy to include ATM and PIN-based transactions.
Banks and merchants continue debate over who should be on the hook for data breach costs.
Ed Reed’s mishap underscores the dangers of going cash-only.
Banks have felt major consequences from the Target data breach. What about credit unions?
Retailers ready to accept more secure chip cards if only banks would issue them.
Issues with closing or managing a bank account made up the bulk of complaints.
Target confirmed encrypted PINs were stolen in its data breach. Here how to protect your debit card.
Banks say they are monitoring accounts that could be impacted by the Target data breach.
The recent data breach at Target raises a question: Which is safer, credit cards or debit cards?