By  on August 25, 2014

WASHINGTON — The Department of Homeland Security estimates that over 1,000 U.S. businesses have been infiltrated by malicious point-of-sale software, significantly broadening the scope of known cyber attacks that hit Target and Neiman Marcus stores in the past year and thrust the issue into the national spotlight, spawning several Congressional probes and hearings.

In an advisory released Friday, the federal agency notified companies about the expanded scope of data security breaches and urged them to “proactively check for possible point-of-sale malware infections.”

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