Neiman Marcus announces data breach

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Updated: 1/12 4:22 pm Published: 1/12 9:06 am

Another major retailer has announced its customers' personal information has been stolen.

Luxury department store Neiman Marcus says their customers' credit and debit card information is in the hands of criminals.

Neiman Marcus discovered the cyber attack in December, right in the middle of the holiday shopping season, but they only announced the information to the public on         Friday night.

This news comes on the heals of Target's announcement that their data breach is a lot worse than originally thought, with millions of customers' information stolen by hackers.

"Now, Neiman Marcus has different shoppers shoppers, and apparently, apparently theirs was breached as well, so this seems to be a real systemic problem," Chapwood Investments managing partner Ed Butowsky said.

Neiman Marcus is not revealing how many of its customers have been affected.

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