After months of delay, Staples has finally copped to a security breach that exposed credit and debit card numbers of 1.16 million customers.
The data breaches at Staples and Michaels appear to be related, according to a source cited by security blogger Brian Krebs.
More secure cards will help, but cyber-thieves will likely adapt. It's going to take real-time big data analytics to stop attacks while they're happening.
A whopping 519 million financial records have been stolen by hackers over the last 12 months, with 439 million of those records pilfered in just the last six months, according to the FBI.
Quick rundown on the latest mobile IT news for Wednesday, 3/12 including: mobile contactless transactions on the rise and what role Visa and Mastercard are playing in this, the closing of hundreds of Staples stores due to mobile push, what's going on in the tablet shipment market for the Middle East and Africa, why IT channel firms need to seize enterprise mobility opportunity according to TechTarget and what's going on with V2V and V2X communication systems.
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