Neiman Marcus said at least 9,600 shoppers in Hawaii may have been affected by a recent data breach.
The state Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs released the information on the Neiman Marcus breach today.
On Dec. 27 the DCCA reported that 120,000 Target shoppers in Hawaii may have had their credit and debit card information stolen as part of a national breach of Target computers.
Neiman Marcus recently said computer hackers illegally obtained credit and debit card information from purchases made at company stores between July 16 and Oct. 30. The breach may have affected up to 1.1 million transactions nationwide.
Neiman Marcus advises shoppers to check their payment card statements for any suspicious transactions, and to call their card issuer to report it, if needed. If shoppers notice any suspicious activity on their Neiman Marcus or Bergdorf Goodman cards, they are advised to contact their local store or call the Neiman Marcus credit division at 800-685-6695.
Neiman Marcus has arranged to provide free credit monitoring services to any shopper who used a payment card at a Neiman Marcus store or shopped online between January 2013 and January 2014. Sign up instructions for this free service is available at www.neimanmarcus.com/infosecurity.