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Retailers including Target, Walgreens, and Gap will share data to avoid getting hacked

15
May
2014

So in an attempt to shield their industry from another devastating breach, several major US retailers have announced theyre coming together to share information about current and future cybersecurity threats. Target, Walgreens, American Eagle, JC Penney, Gap, and Nike are among the companies pledging allegiance to the Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center today. Michaels and Neiman Marcus, two other stores that were infiltrated last year, havent yet signed on. Cyber criminals like those that caught Target sleeping are constantly honing their skills in hopes of finding new shortcuts to sensitive financial data.

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