Neiman Marcus agrees to $1.5 million data breach settlement

Neiman Marcus has agreed to a settlement worth $1.5 million to lay to rest a 2014 data breach which exposed the credit card data of thousands of customers in the United States. According to a statement from the Texas Attorney General’s Office, the department store chain and clothing retailer has now settled with 43 states over the security incident, including Texas, Alaska, Colorado, New York, and Washington.

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