Tjx Companies Essays and Term Papers

  • Tjx Companies

    WEP is an outdated encryption security which is hacked into without very much experience. The firewalls that TJX use and had in place did not have enough security to offer and let bad traffic in from the in-store kiosks. Security for such vendors passwords were almost never any different than other vendors...

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  • Tjx Companies

    TJX corporate systems had poor security controls. The computer kiosks that were located in some of their stores were supposed to be secure. They also had some firewall protection. TJX wireless network was protected by WEP encryption system. The computer kiosks were poorly secured; the kiosks were...

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  • Tjx Companies

    TJX Companies Jim Blackwood IT/205 January-9th, 2013 Gelonda Martin TJX Companies The TJC Corporation failed to protect its customers by allowing one of the largest security breaches in history. In 2007 they announced that an unauthorized user had accessed their system and compromised...

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  • Tjx Companies

    TXJ Companies had a few security controls in place such as, Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP), encryptions system, Firewalls, and Passwords WEP is an outdated encryption security that is easily hacked into. The firewalls that were in place did not secure traffic from the in-store kiosks. The passwords...

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  • The Tjx Company

    The TJX company did not have many security controls put in place to prevent something like this from happening. The company used Wired Equivalent Privacy encryption system to handle their client’s credit and debit card information. This system was very easy for any hacker to gain access to people’s information...

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  • Tjx Companies

    security in place at the TJX Companies. Some of their security flaws were their firewalls, which were improperly configured. The wireless network they were using was still using WEP encryption which, is rather simple to decrypt if one knows what they are doing. The TJX companies also failed to install...

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  • Tjx Companies

    TJX’s Big Mistake The security controls that TJX had in place were the use of a WEP encryption system. WEP stands for Wired Equivalent Privacy and it “is an encryption algorithm used to protect 802.11 networks,” (airtightnetworks, n.d.). A hacker is “A person who writes programs in assembly language...

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  • Tjx Companies

    TJX Companies Rudie Glover IT/ 205 September 23, 2011 Tony Sines TJX Companies I am going to start off with that the companies did not have the right protect on their computer when they began. There security control was not under the right protect that was allowed some other people to access...

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  • Tjx Companies

    5 Checkpoint – TJX Companies IT/205 Joshua Bailey The credit card data theft that TJX Companies experienced happened because they were using WEP wireless security, which is the weakest form of wireless encryption today, and hackers could access the credit card data easily. If TJX had taken the time...

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  • TJX Companies

    TJX Companies The security controls that were in place during the time of the breech were wireless in-store wired equivalent privacy (WEP). The weakness of this type of Wi-Fi is that the encryption keys are easy to crack (University of Phoenix, 2013). Tools and technologies that could have been used...

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  • Tjx Companies

    TJX Companies  List and describe the security controls in place. Where are the weaknesses? TJX companies had very little security measures in place, and even the ones they had were mostly outdated. The company was using a Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) network encryption system. By today’s standards...

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  • tjx company analysi

    TJX is the largest international apparel and home fashions off-price department store chain in the United States with 26 million in revenues in 2012. It was founded in 1956 as Zayre and is headquartered in Framingham, Massachusetts. Globally it is one of the top 50 retailers in the world, specializing...

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  • It/205 Tjx Companies

    TJX Companies • List and describe the security controls in place. Where are the weaknesses? The TJX companies had little to no security controls in place to help protect their organization. They had a wireless network that had very weak wireless security. They used the weak Wired Equivalent Privacy...

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  • TJX Companies Case Study

     T.J.X. Companies, Inc. Final Case Study Report Nichols College T.J.X. Companies, Inc. is the leading off-price apparel and home fashions retailer in the United States and worldwide, ranking number 115 in the most recent...

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  • Checkpoint: Tjx Companies

    CheckPoint: TJX Companies The data theft that TJX Companies experienced was caused by using the Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) encryption system. The WEP had become easy for hackers to navigate and had become quite out of date. TJX also failed to properly encrypt data on many of the employee computers...

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  • Tjx Companies Annual Report Summary

    Summary: TJX Companies Inc. is currently in one of the most secure subsets of the retail industry. The economy is a factor always present in the minds of consumers today, and the retail establishments operated under TJX Companies all cater towards the price conscience customer. They are hitting all...

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  • Tjx

    History of TJX Companies, Inc. The TJX Companies is the leading off-price apparel and home fashions retailer in the United States and worldwide. In 2005 alone TJX produced over $16 billion in revenue. To earn such an impressive bottom line TJX relies on its eight retail chains: TJMaxx, Marshalls...

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  • Checkpoint - Tjx

    Checkpoint - TJX Companies Jorge Vera IT/205 09-07-2011 Checkpoint - TJX Companies TJX Companies is a $17 billion retailer with a global presence. Some of the company’s properties included 826 TJ Maxx, 751 Marshalls, and 271 HomeGoods stores throughout the United States. In 2006, suffered a credit...

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  • TJX Analysis

    TJX, comprised of T.J.Maxx, Home Goods, and Marshalls, experienced increased sales in the year of 2012. TJX reaches out to customers not only in the United States, but also in Canada and Europe. It has been a long term goal for TJX to increase the diversity of their customers, and fortunately, more...

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  • Tjx Coroprartion

    and worms to eliminate harmful software. After the data loss, TXJ was affected in a major way. For starters it forced the company to upgrade their security system. The company it self suffered from the lost in stocks. The earning for the rest of the year and next took a blow due to the breach. They...

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