Albert Gonzalez asks to withdraw his guilty pleas, saying his activities were authorized and directed by U.S. government agents.
A week before Black Friday, clothing retailer announces deal for Apple devices. Why would T.J. Maxx pull this? The phrase "15 minutes of fame" comes to mind.
Albert Gonzalez, who pleaded guilty to snatching customer credit card numbers from T.J.Maxx, BJ's Wholesale Club, and Barnes & Noble, faces decades in prison.
Defendant reportedly pleads guilty in Boston federal court in a wireless data breach that exposed at least 45.7 million accounts to criminals.
Canadian privacy authorities say the retailer failed to put adequate security measures in place.
Major shareholder files lawsuit seeking documents related to an incident that left customer information vulnerable.
TJX, known for T.J. Maxx and Marshalls stores, says probe uncovers more extensive exposure of credit and debit cards than previously believed.
Intruders accessed systems used to process, store customer transaction data, putting unspecified number of shoppers at risk of identity fraud.
An in-depth look at the security behind six well-known smart-home products shows some alarming vulnerabilities.
The supermarket chain has previously said that about 80 people were affected, but a spokeswoman tells CNET that number is now much higher.