Collaboration is the key to cyber security. This was the underscored message delivered by Target's top security team as the retailer tries to move past the massive data breach of 2014.
TargetExpress opened its doors today in Dinkytown, Minnesota, unveiling the retailer's first test of a smaller, urban store.
Target is introducing a new mobile app, In a Snap, and a YouTube back-to-school campaign to increase focus on millennial shoppers.
Target is introducing a new mobile app and a YouTube back-to-school campaign to increase focus on millennial shoppers.
Target continues to build out its IT department with the addition of three big hires including Jim Fisher, the new senior VP of infrastructure and operations and Target technology services.
Blogger Brian Krebs is responsible for breaking many a story about cybercrime, but more than anything he believes that retailers need to fundamentally change the way they respond to breaches.
Target's mobile coupon app, Cartwheel, celebrates its first birthday this week. To date, 7.7 million users have downloaded the customizable deals and discounts app and have saved more than $84 million. In celebration, through July 10 shoppers can cast their votes on deals–from baby strollers to electronics–and the winning deal will be available for Cartwheel users July 13 and 14.
Target's mobile coupon app, Cartwheel, celebrates its first birthday this week. To date, 7.7 million users have downloaded the customizable deals and discounts app and have saved more than $84 million.
Target announced it does not want shoppers to carry guns around its stores, even if the firearm is legal. The retailer will now "respectfully request" that shoppers carry out these wishes.
The results of a new data security survey of U.S. businesses should not be surprising, but they are certainly alarming. Even though high-profile data breaches such as Target and P.F. Chang's have been in the news since the start of the year, IT executives said their companies' data is not secure.