Join Mike Chapple for an in-depth discussion in this video The Target breach, part of Inside the Breach.
(digital music)…- [Mike] It was December 18, 2013,…just one week before Christmas…and the height of the holiday shopping season.…Retail stores were rushing to meet the demands…of last minute shoppers, pushing their employees…and their infrastructure to the max.…Cybersecurity journalist, Brian Krebs…sent shockwaves through the cybersecurity community…by posting a short breaking news bulletin…to his blog, Krebs on Security.…
The opening line of that post shared news…that would terrify executives at any major retailer.…Nationwide retail giant, Target, is investigating…a data breach potentially involving millions…of customer credit and debit card records.…And Brian Krebs isn't just any journalist.…He's a well-known and widely respected expert…on security breaches, whose hunches were typically correct.…Krebs developed a reputation over the years…for having well-placed sources deep within…both the white hat and black hat security communities.…
Sure enough, Krebs was right.…The next morning, Target issued its own press release,…
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