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Online e-tailer has been reportedly with a data breach for the second time since August 2013

| Hacking & Security News | Posted: Mar 13, 2014 10:38 pm

Online retailer was hit by a second reported data breach in the past seven months, and has been notified by Discover regarding customer card data has been compromised, according to a report on the KrebsOnSecurity website.


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Following the first reported attack, NoMoreRack teamed with information security compliance company Trustwave, and the forensic audit turned up "no clear cut evidence" of a successful data breach.


"So, as of last week, we engaged with Trustwave again to undergo another audit," said Vishal Agarwal, NoMoreRack Director of Business Development, in a statement. "We have been hearing the complaints from banks, but apart from that, and we've done our analysis and due diligence, and there is nothing seriously we can find that may have resulted in customer cards being compromised."


NoMoreRack was started in 2010 and has seen tremendous growth over the past four years, and must work to improve its network security.


Retailers face both Web-based threats and in-store point-of-sale (POS) attacks, which must be defended against to keep employee and customer data secure.


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