Security blogger Brian Krebs says stores in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania may have been breached.
As consumers share more in the cyber world, breaches expected to continue.
NAFCU reports 84% of respondents hit by local data breaches during the last two years.
Backoff malware attacks customer data at 395 stores.
Automatic card reissuances might be a knee-jerk reaction.
Trade group says retailers are not subject to same data security standards as credit unions.
Roman Seleznev, known in the criminal underground as Track2, stands accused of stealing 180K credit cards.
Malauzai reports a whopping 850% increase in its on-off tool adoption in just six months.
Bill would limit retailers' storing of consumer data and require reimbursement after a security fail.
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