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Neiman Marcus discloses data breach, payment card data exposed


Luxury retail company Neiman Marcus Group disclosed that they have suffered a data breach that impacted 4.6 million online customers.

The attack against Neiman Marcus Group which took place in May 2020 led the threat actors to access customers’ information, including payment card data.

The exposed personal information includes details such as names and contact information, usernames, passwords, and answers to security questions associated with online accounts.

The security breach impacted 4.6 million online customers and 3.1 million payment card details. The customers were notified regarding the data breach.

The threat actors managed to access the payment card numbers and expiration dates, while CVV numbers were not compromised. The company stated that virtual gift card numbers and PINs were not compromised too.

According to the NMG, it has no evidence that Bergdorf Goodman or Horchow online customer accounts were affected.

NMG is requiring an online account password reset for affected customers who had not changed their password since May 2020.

Geoffroy van Raemdonck, Chief Executive Officer stated that they are working hard to support their customers and answer questions about their online accounts. They assured that they will continue to take actions to enhance their system security and safeguard information.

Image Credits : Somerset Collection

Priyanka R
Cyber Security Enthusiast, Security Blogger, Technical Editor, Author at Cyber Safe News

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