By  on February 5, 2014

WASHINGTON — Neiman Marcus executives on Tuesday defended their actions following a data breach at the luxury retailer that impacted 1.1 million of its customers.

In testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Michael R. Kingston, senior vice president and chief information officer at Neiman Marcus Group Ltd. LLC, said the company did not learn it had a “problem” with its computer system until Jan. 2, which was followed by a forensics investigation and disabling the malware.

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