Thursday, February 6, 2014
(Washington, DC) -- Target chief financial officer John Mulligan apologized to customers affected by the massive data breach at the retailer over the holiday season. He testified yesterday before the Senate Judiciary Committee and will be in front of a House panel today on Capitol Hill. Mulligan said Target is acting aggressively to find out how the breach happened and is taking steps to prevent it from happening again. Others testifying before the committee yesterday called on Congress to boost consumer protections from data breaches and other cyber crimes.