January 22, 2019

January 22, 2019

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Neiman Marcus Settles Data Breach Litigation for $1.5 Million

Neiman Marcus Group LLC has settled an investigation of its 2013 data breach with 43 states and the District of Columbia for $1.5 million. The data breach involved 370,000 credit cards, where 9,200 of the cards were used in a fraudulent manner.

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan, and Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen led the investigation on behalf of the other AGs. As a result of the settlement, the AGs in all of the states that were involved will not pursue separate claims against Neiman Marcus, and Neiman Marcus has agreed to take steps to beef up security measures to protect a breach from occurring again.

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Linn Freedman practices in data privacy and security law, cybersecurity, and complex litigation. She provides guidance on data privacy and cybersecurity compliance to a full range of public and private clients across all industries, such as construction, education, health care, insurance, manufacturing, real estate, utilities and critical infrastructure, marine, and charitable organizations. Linn is a member of the firm's Business Litigation Group and chairs its Data Privacy + Cybersecurity Team. She is also a member of the Financial Services Cyber-Compliance Team (CyFi ...

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