ShopRite, Wakefern will pay $235k fine, improve security after massive data breach, AG says

Sophie Nieto-Munoz reports:

ShopRite and its parent company, Wakefern Food Corporation, will pay $235,000 after two supermarkets threw away electronic devices exposing thousands of customers’ medical information, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced Monday.

The company will also have to improve its data security after they failed to protect the information of more than 9,700 pharmaceutical customers at the ShopRites of Millville in Cumberland County and Kingston, New York.

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