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Breach puts credit card data at 19 New Jersey International Hotels Group hotels at risk

A security breach at International Hotels Group hotels across the country, including 19 in New Jersey, has put credit card data at risk. The group operates Holiday Inns, Crowne Plazas and Staybridge ... read more

Saks, Lord & Taylor Confirm Payment Card Data Breach

In a notice posted on the retailers' websites, the Canadian retail business group Hudson's Bay Co. said that it had recently become aware of a data security problem ... majority of pilfered cards ... read more

Massive Marriott security breach exposed data of up to 500M guests

The breach of personal information could put Marriott in violation of new ... credit card numbers because thieves could use them to open fraudulent accounts, said analyst Ted Rossman of ... read more

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Saks and Lord & Taylor stores suffer data breach

Customers of the upmarket stores in New York and New Jersey bore the brunt of the attack, which Gemini said was ÔÇťamong the most significant credit card ... a $19.5m settlement. When hackers broke into ... read more


Espionage or incrimination? Risks from stolen Marriott data

Hackers stole information on as many as 500 million guests of the Marriott hotel empire over four years, obtaining credit card and passport numbers and other personal data ... The breach of personal ... read more

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Breach puts credit card data at 19 New Jersey International Hotels Group hotels at risk Breach puts credit card data at 19 New Jersey hotels at risk A security breach at International Hotels Group ... read more

Espionage, ID theft? Myriad risks from stolen Marriott data

The breach of personal information could put Marriott in violation of new ... credit card numbers because thieves could use them to open fraudulent accounts, said analyst Ted Rossman of ... read more



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