Neiman Marcus may have recently settled a $1.6 million class-action lawsuit regarding its 2013 data breach, but its cybersecurity issues didn’t end there. The Dallas-based retailer has had at least two other data breaches since 2013, with the most recent hitting earlier this year.
On or about Dec. 26, 2015, hackers obtained customers’ full payment card numbers and expiration dates, as well as customers’ names, contact information, email addresses, and purchase history, according to documents filed with the California Attorney General. Then, on or about Jan. 17 of this year, hackers accessed customers’ names, basic contact information, email addresses, purchases history, “but only the last four digits of payment information,” the documents say.
Neiman Marcus has yet to respond to requests for more information about the breaches, including how many people were affected.Read More