So far there are not many details about Staples data leakage, but this is another major US retailers POS system has been damaged. Online blog krebsonsecurity.com reported that the bank has tied those credit and debit card fraud used in the northeastern United States Staples stores. This shows that Staples has become a victim of POS data leakage.
Staples, a leading global office supplies company has released the survey. This is the last month, Home Depot as data leak occurs, another disturbing event. Retailers seem to wait until the damaged banks and financial institutions to confirm only that the threat of fraudulent activity.
Staples senior public relations experience Mark Cautela said: “If Staples find a problem, it is worth noting that the customer must promptly report it does not entail any place in fraudulent activity on their credit cards”
Blog author Brian Krebs in the past year big break numerous breaches, including the effects of more than one million cardholders Target and Home Depot company data breaches.
At this point, Staples POS data leakage 1800 may only affect a small part of Staples stores nationwide. This data breaches in the past two months with the agreement relates to Home Depot and many other sale systems damaged Backoff malware mode. Backoff is the Department of Homeland Security network alert theme in July.
President Obama issued an executive order, all issued to or on behalf of the federal government and its institutions must use class chip card and encryption technology to protect against malicious software such as Backoff. This technique is used in most European countries, and successfully to stop this type of data leakage.
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