Neiman Marcus Group announced this week that they are notifying 4.6 million customers that information associated with their online accounts may have been compromised in May 2020. That information includes names and contact information, payment card numbers and expiration dates (without CVV numbers), Neiman Marcus virtual gift card numbers (without PINs), as well as Neiman Marcus online account usernames, passwords, and security questions and answers. Upon learning of the data breach, Neiman Marcus took steps to protect its customers, including requiring a password change for compromised accounts. Neiman Marcus alerted law enforcement officials and hired a cybersecurity firm to investigate the incident.
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