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Lessons learned from TJX: Best practices for enterprise wireless encryption

Posted on December 19, 2007 in Articles | by

Between July 2005 and January 2007, TJX Companies Inc. suffered one of the largest data security breaches in the history of information security. Court documents uncovered by The Boston Globe revealed that the intruders systematically mined TJX’s computer systems and made off with more than 94 million credit card numbers used by customers at the chain’s stores, which include the TJ Maxx and Marshall’s clothing retailers.

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Published in SearchSecurity on 12/19/07

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