Sally Beauty Says Fewer Than 25,000 Cards’ Data Accessed
Sally Beauty, a seller of hair and beauty products, said data from fewer than 25,000 customers’ payment cards was illegally accessed and may have been stolen. The U.S. Secret Service and Verizon Communications are helping investigate the incident, the Denton, Texas-based company said in a statement. Sally also said it's working to mitigate and remediate the issues caused by the breach. U.S. retailers including Target and Neiman Marcus are working to recover from hacker attacks that exposed the data of tens of millions of customers during the holiday season.