The TJX security breach

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11 charged with credit card fraud

The Department of Justice announced that 11 people allegedly involved in the hacking of nine US retailers, including TJX Cos and BJ's Wholesale Club, have been charged.
TJX Cos. , the Framingham-based owner of T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, said in January 2007 that its computer system had been hacked into, compromising the personal information of millions of customers. TJX Cos., the Framingham-based owner of T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, said in January 2007 that its computer system had been hacked into, compromising the personal information of millions of customers.

TJX settles data breach charges, avoids fines

More than a year after millions of T.J. Maxx and Marshalls customers found out their credit card information had been accessed, the discount stores' operator agreed to have its information audited.
Richard Walega
the impact

Filing doubles TJX toll

More than 94 million accounts were affected in the theft of personal data from TJX, a banking group alleged in court filings.
Canadian Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart
the probes

Canadians fault TJX policies

The Framingham discounter failed to keep adequate security safeguards to protect customers, officials said after an eight-month investigation.
TJX
the announcement

TJX credit data stolen

TJX Cos. said credit and debit card information was stolen from its computer systems, a breach that could affect a broad swath of customers of T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, and other stores.