Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Supervalu's customer data hacked for second time in six weeks

Supervalu experienced a security breach in its data systems for the second time in six weeks, the company said yesterday. According to the company, an intruder installed malware into the portion of its computer network that processes payment-card transactions for some of its retail customers.

Supervalu does not believe the intrusion succeeded in capturing data from any payment cards used at any stores other than four Cub Foods stores in Minnesota. The company has not determined if any cardholder data was stolen, but as a precaution it has offered customers who used payment cards complimentary consumer identification protection services.

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