Target Upgrading Security Software

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(Minneapolis, MN) Target will invest $100 million to upgrade its security software after last year’s massive computer hacking at its stores.

The retailer plans to use an advanced chip-based credit card technology that is widely used in Europe and considered safer than the magnetic strips commonly used in the U.S.

Hackers took information from as many as 70 million Target customers.

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