ATLANTA — Carol Meyrowitz, president and CEO, TJX Cos., stressed at the off-price retailer’s annual stockholders’ meeting here Tuesday that her company is doing all it can to make sure its databases are secure and again apologized to customers for the security breach TJX discovered in mid-December.
However, she said, “Computer crime has become big business. It’s international and very complex. Unfortunately, no system can be 100 percent safe, even with the best security, but we’re continuing to invest time and money to protect our systems and we will continue to be dedicated to this cause.”
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