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From: TS Glassey (tglasseyearthlink.net)
Date: Tue Apr 22 2008 - 15:11:59 CDT
If these new 'controls' don't meet the ones that Judge Grimm put in place in
Lorraine v Markel then what will it matter?
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From: "lyger" <lygerattrition.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 12:25 PM
Subject: [Dataloss] Hannaford spending millions to upgrade after
> Hannaford Bros. Co. said Tuesday it is spending millions of dollars to
> enhance the security of its data network following a massive security
> breach that exposed up to 4.2 million credit and debit card numbers to
> It was during the card approval process that customer accounts at grocery
> stores in the Northeast and Florida were compromised from Dec. 7 to March
> 10. That exposure occurred even though the company met the latest
> standards for data security.
> Company officials said Tuesday that the new measures include encryption of
> all card numbers during the entire time they are within the supermarket
> chain's data network. Hannaford also said it has installed a "24/7-managed
> security monitoring and detection service" from IBM to detect intrusions.
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