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Neiman Marcus CEO apologizes for data breach, offers free credit monitoring

17
Jan
2014

Target, Neiman Marcus, and possibly three other major retailers suffered data breaches over the holiday season, exposing customer credit card data to potential theft and abuse. Today, Neiman Marcus CEO Karen Katz has published a letter apologizing for the breach, and offering a free year of credit monitoring service to any customer who shopped at Neiman Marcus with a payment card over the past year. We want you always to feel confident shopping at Neiman Marcus, and your trust in us is our absolute priority, said the chief executive. While both credit and debit card information was collected, Neiman Marcus cards have apparently not been abused and the company believes that the breach didnt affect customers who shopped online.

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