Subscribe Register Login

Tuesday, September 02, 2014, 5:30 p.m.
Top Picks - Capture Arkansas

Target to tell Congress it’s exploring slow response to hackers

By Bloomberg News

This article was published March 26, 2014 at 11:02 a.m.

Target Corp., scheduled to testify Wednesday about a data breach affecting millions of customers, plans to tell lawmakers it had clues about the attack weeks before responding and is exploring why it took so long to react.

After intruders entered Target’s systems on Nov. 12, some of their activities were detected and evaluated by security professionals, according to prepared remarks from Chief Financial Officer John Mulligan that were reviewed by Bloomberg.

That was a month before the company was alerted to suspicious activity by the U.S. Justice Department, leading to an internal investigation that confirmed a breach on Dec. 15.

Read tomorrow's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for full details.

Comments on: Target to tell Congress it’s exploring slow response to hackers

To report abuse or misuse of this area please hit the "Suggest Removal" link in the comment to alert our online managers. Read our Terms of Use policy.

Subscribe Register Login

You must login to make comments.

TOP JOBS

  • Locksmith needed

    Locksmith NeededExperience preferred but will train. Good pa...
    NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR

  • Locksmith needed

    Locksmith NeededExperience preferred but will train. Good pa...
    NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR

  • Pipewelder/fitterlab

    pipe welder/fitterlaboreropenings Available-Industrial Refri...
    RUSSELLVILLE, AR

  • Roller operators

    James Construction Group Accepting applications for the foll...
    Jacksonville, AR

  • Sales

    Do you like to talk to strangers? Are you the life of the pa...
    Little Rock, AR

Search 913 jobs >

Top Picks - Capture Arkansas
Arkansas Online