SE: How Target Could Have Prevented Customer Data Hack
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March 13 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg Businessweek Editor John Tyrangiel discusses this week’s cover story on how the customer data breach at Target stores happened, and what could have prevented it, on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”
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