In January 2007 hackers broke into the computer systems of TJX Companies. Inc, a US retail chain operator, and stole data, including credit and debit card numbers, from transactions dating as far back as 2003. The company reported that due to costs related to investigating and containing the intrusion, communicating with customers, and enhancing its computer security, it would record a fourth-quarter 2006 charge of .01 per share. It was reported that the overall cost was estimated at about $4.5...

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10.3.1 Establish systems security strategies & levels
10.4.1 Manage business records and documents.

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