Sep 08, 2014

Home Depot Confirms Data Breach Customers in the U.S., Canada Potentially Affected Jeffrey Roman ( gen_sec ) • September 8, 2014 With 56 Million Cards Compromised, Home Depot's Breach Is Sep 18, 2014 Home Depot Breach Settlement If You Used a Credit or Debit Card at a Self-Checkout Lane at a U.S. Home Depot Store Between April 10, 2014 and September 13, 2014 or Received Notice From Home Depot That Your Information Was Compromised, You May Be Eligible for Benefits from a Data Breach Class Action Settlement A settlement has been proposed in lawsuits against The Home Depot, Inc. (“Home Depot”) relating to Home Depot The Home Depot Shop online for all your home improvement needs: appliances, bathroom decorating ideas, kitchen remodeling, patio furniture, power tools, bbq grills, carpeting, lumber, concrete, lighting, ceiling fans and more at The Home Depot.

After the data breach was discovered, there was no cover-up on Home Depot’s part and it responded as a “good corporate citizen” in light of the breach. Based on this evaluation of class members’ benefits, the court reduced the agreed-upon counsel fee from $406,800 to $120,000.

Home Depot Confirms Data Breach, Investigating Sep 08, 2014

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A Closer Look At The Fallout From The Home Depot Data Breach May 06, 2016 Data breach still a headache for Home Depot To date, Home Depot said it has had $232 million in expenses stemming from the security breach, but experts say that number is likely to grow. The company has a $100 million insurance policy on The Home Depot - Wikipedia On September 18, 2014, Home Depot released a statement saying that the hackers obtained a total of 56 million credit card numbers as a result of the breach. Since the breach, Home Depot has rolled out new encryption technology for their cash registers and self-checkout systems to protect customers. A class action lawsuit was filed against the