After tossing blame at each other, merchants and banks are now teaming up to fight fraud.
Community banks reissue more than 4 million debit and credit cards after the recent card breaches.
Several major hotels suffered a breach last year that exposed debit and credit card data.
Retailers and banks trade barbs over recent security breaches as new leak surfaces.
Data theft may be common, but consumers aren’t avoiding credit and debit cards, social media or online retailers.
Neiman Marcus says up to 1.1 million credit and debit card accounts could have been exposed in a data breach.
Target’s breach worsens, affecting an additional 70 million customers.
Barnes & Noble said criminals tampered with PIN pad devices at 63 stores to steal debit and credit card information.
The government filed a lawsuit against Wyndham, claiming security flaws led to three data breaches in two years.
A security breach at a card processor may have put 10 million accounts in danger of card fraud.