SAN FRANCISCO — After the huge Target breach of 2013, you’d have thought retail companies would have figured out how to protect their cash register systems from malware that attempts to steal customers’ data. Then came Home Depot. Then Neiman Marcus. Then Wendy’s. In the past few months, Chipotle, Arby’s and Kmart were all hit. Why are these attacks still happening? Time and money, say experts.
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