Sep 08, 2014
May 06, 2016 Data breach still a headache for Home Depot To date, Home Depot said it has had $232 million in expenses stemming from the security breach, but experts say that number is likely to grow. The company has a $100 million insurance policy on The Home Depot - Wikipedia On September 18, 2014, Home Depot released a statement saying that the hackers obtained a total of 56 million credit card numbers as a result of the breach. Since the breach, Home Depot has rolled out new encryption technology for their cash registers and self-checkout systems to protect customers. A class action lawsuit was filed against the Home Depot admits hack attack dates back to April - BBC News
Home Depot said 56 million cards may have been compromised in a five-month attack on its payment terminals, making the breach much bigger than the holiday attack at Target.
Home Depot confirms security breach following Target data Sep 09, 2014 The Home Depot | Built From Scratch Let’s roll up our sleeves and put innovation to work. See the latest news, responsibility reports, community projects and jobs for The Home Depot.
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Home Depot Agrees to a Settlement Following Data Breach May 02, 2016 Home Depot confirms data breach in US, Canada stores Customers wishing to take advantage of the services can learn more at www.homedepot.com or call 1-800-HOME-DEPOT (800-466-3337). Home Depot, which … At least 233,000 N.H. cards compromised in Home Depot data Sep 22, 2014 Home Depot, Target: Same Breach Script? - BankInfoSecurity