response & resources related to Target's data breach

Visit this page for regular updates and reliable information about our data breach, including all official company communications.

Target names Brad Maiorino senior vice president, chief information security officer

 Brad Maiorino

Brad will lead Target’s information security and technology risk strategy, helping to ensure that our company, guests and team members are protected from internal and external information security threats. Read the full story.

Target appoints new chief information officer

Bob DeRodes will lead Target’s information technology transformation, guiding our ongoing data security enhancement efforts and the development of our long-term information technology roadmap. Read the full story.

Target joins Financial Services Information Sharing & Analysis Center

We’ve officially joined the non-profit private sector initiative to help facilitate the detection, prevention and response to cyber attacks and fraud activity. Read the full story.

Target invests $5 million in cybersecurity coalition

We’ve convened three nationally recognized, trusted organizations to advance public education around cybersecurity and the dangers of consumer scams. Read the full story.

time for smartcards

John Mulligan, executive vice president and chief financial officer, Target, discusses our position on smart cards, cybercrime and security. Read the full story.

Beginning early 2015, all Target-branded REDcard credit and debit cards will be enabled with MasterCard’s chip-and-PIN solution. Read the full story.

updates on security and technology enhancements

We’ve taken some significant actions to further strengthen security across our network. Read the full story.

for our REDCard guests

REDCard debit and credit cards

We value you as a REDcard guest and we want to assure you that you have zero liability for any fraudulent charges resulting from this breach. You can review your REDcard account, set up alerts and review your recent transactions, by visiting Target.com/RCAM opens in a new window

Target announces data breach

Target responds to its guests in a letter dated December 20, 2013. Plus, get important information about credit and government agencies, including telephone numbers, addresses and links to websites.