Barnes & Noble halts use of PIN pad devices after data breach

Barnes & Noble has removed PIN pad devices from all of its nearly 700 stores nationwide as a precaution after detecting evidence   of tampering with the devices at 63 of its stores in eight states.

It a statement Wednesday, the company urged customers who had used their debit cards at the affected stores to change their   PIN numbers and to notify their banks immediately of any suspicious transactions. Customers who used credit cards to pay for   purchases at the affected stores should review their statements for unauthorized transactions and inform their bank about   them, the company said. (Read More)

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