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This, operating with about 7 percent of its workforce, rivalry, "I think the idea of the transfer market in mid-season, walks with Poland’s First Lady Agata Duda at the Presidential Palace in Warsaw, 2017.It stunned Minneapolis-based Target Corp. which was left reeling for months afterward Its CEO was fired; its shoppers were slow to return; and its data-breach costs have climbed to a quarter-billion dollarsIt also jolted the entire retail sector as Target turned out to be the first in a series of data thefts whose victims included Neiman Marcus Home Depot Michael’s Goodwill Dairy Queen Supervalu Staples and Jimmy John’sIt was a wake-up call to the credit card banking and payment networks to stop stalling on adopting safer but more expensive card technologiesFor them Litan said “I think the Target breach was monumental The main thing that has changed is both the banks and the retailers are really tightening up security”It also spawned more than 140 lawsuits against Target which were consolidated before a US District Court in St Paul and are now grinding their way through the legal system A trial is scheduled for 2016And shoppers At first they worried Countless cards were reissued But a year later the numbers suggest that consumers have moved on — and are still using their credit cardsTarget declined to comment for this storyConsumer skepticism“Shoppers are not worried about a data breach right now” said Lorman Lundsten a professor in marketing at the University of St Thomas in St Paul“What seems to have happened is people heard about the breach and they probably heard about the measures taken to neutralize the breach And basically nobody knows anybody who’s been hurt by it” But that doesn’t mean consumers are happy when their credit card numbers are stolen then sold online to criminals around the worldCompared with a year ago “There’s more consumer skepticism that their data is safe” said Jim McComb a Twin Cities retail consultant “And they’re less shocked when it happens Target had a tremendous fallout from its breach I haven’t heard a similar fallout from Home Depot”Meantime the next generation of chip-and-PIN credit cards is starting to appear including at Target The cards are harder for thieves to use because they carry an embedded computer chip and require a personal identification number or PINBut the infrastructure isn’t yet in place for chip-and-PIN cards to work this holiday season So shoppers are still using what the National Retail Federation has described as “fraud-prone magnetic stripe cards”McComb said he has long believed that “the industry had sort of taken the posture that it was cheaper to pay for the fraud than pay for the new equipment“I think that’s changed” he said “It has been incredibly expensive for Target; it’s been expensive for the banks to reissue the cards”McComb saw the new era recently when his own credit card was touched by the Home Depot breach“I got a card reissued that has a chip in it” he said “I’ve not been to a store yet that has the ability to read it but they’re stepping up to that”‘Distant memory’The Target hack began a year ago when cyberthieves — said to be from Russia but that’s still not clear — used stolen credentials to access Target’s computer network The thieves installed malware that captured card numbers used inside Target stores then transmitted the stolen data overseasFor 19 shopping days data on shoppers’ names card numbers expiration dates and some security codes including encrypted PIN codes was stolen from 40 million Target shoppersThe week before Christmas tech journalist and blogger Brian Krebs broke news of the breach The next day Dec 19 Target confirmed the bad news Its call centers were overwhelmed by worried shoppers which Target promised would not be liable for fraudulent chargesJust as alarming came the news that millions of stolen card numbers were available for sale at online “card shops” It made consumers feel so vulnerable it was common a year ago to hear shoppers swear off plastic foreverBut in the year since there’s not a lot of evidence that consumers have done so The credit card companies are doing just fine And a recent University of St Thomas holiday study found no signs of an exodus from plasticLundsten the St Thomas marketing professor isn’t surprised“It doesn’t happen because it’s more convenient to use the credit card” he saidOn the other hand Carol Spieckerman a retail consultant at NewMarketBuilders said the breaches are helping next-generation payment systems such as Apple Pay gain traction“I think retailers are very much in a defensive mode in terms of these data breaches and (hoping) that the next one doesn’t have their brand all over it as it did with Target” she saidNowadays Spieckerman calls the Target breach “a distant memory” to the nation’s consumers“Thanks to social media the news hits really hard and it goes really broad but then it goes away really fast and something takes it place” she said “The worst has already happened to Target”Lost swaggerFor Target it took nearly the full year but last week the discount giant finally seemed to emerge beyond the long shadow of the data breachFor the first time all year it reported its stores had sales gains Its stock price finally stayed above where it stood Dec 18 And it said any other breach costs were “immaterial” to its financial healthA new chief executive Brian Cornell heads the company And in the past year the company has redoubled its focus on a world of cyberthreats“They went out and really beefed up their leadership in security in IT and I think that was also going to benefit their online division” McComb saidBut McComb said some of Target’s old swagger vanished alongside the 40 million credit card numbers coupled with its struggles in Canada It’s been a long and unsettled year at its Minneapolis headquartersUntil last year McComb said “I think Target viewed themselves as being kind of invincible in a lot of ways”Lagos State Government Wednesday formally pulled-out eight retired Permanent Secretaries in a ceremony referred to as ‘Pens Down’ The retired Permanent Secretaries were Mrs Bolanle Ajani Mr Olatunde Olokunola Mr Babatunde Oshodi and Mr Taiwo Olatunji Others were Mrs Iyabowale Aluko Senator Olugbenga Ashafa Mr Ganiyu Johnson and Mr Olabode Oyedele Speaking at the event the Head of Service Mr Adesegun Ogunlewe said the programme was an expression of appreciation by the state government for the diligence commitment and loyalty of the retired Permanent Secretaries He added that it was also meant to acknowledge and celebrate their accomplishments while in service He recalled that the retired Permanent Secretaries were able to surmount the challenges and frustrations in the course of their career on account of their diligence dedication and loyalty “They started public service career on a note of aspiration and hope In the course of time they had to contend with challenges in various forms” he said However based on their exemplary qualities of dedication diligence and loyalty they were able to surmount all hurdles to attain the pinnacle of their careers as Permanent Secretaries It is on account of this that they are being honoured today with this Pen Down ceremony” he said Ogunlewe expressed the appreciation of people and government of Lagos State to the retired Permanent Secretaries for their contribution to the socio-economic development of Lagos State in the last three decades He said: “On behalf of the Government and people of Lagos State I wish to express our appreciation to you all for your contribution to the socio-economic development of Lagos State in the last three decades” The Head of Service also thanked the State Governor Mr? 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