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A news release from Idaho’s Attorney General’s Office shows that Neiman Marcus has agreed to pay $1.5 million to those who may have had personal information stolen in a 2013 data breach, settling an investigation launched by 43 states and the District of Columbia, the Idaho Press reports. The department store chain also agreed to implement new policies aimed at protecting customers and to “retain a third party professional” to conduct an “information security assessment.” The investigation found the 2013 data breach to have resulted in 77 of its stores “compromised by an unknown entity,” exposing approximately 370,000 payment cards. 
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