Target retail chain logo outside a store in Watertown, Mass.
(Photo: Steve Senne - AP)
Target announced Friday that 70 million customers had their personal information stolen in a data breach.
This is all happening a month after Target announced that the encrypted PINs of 40 million credit and debit cards were stolen. Target released a statement about its investigation, saying personal information such as names, phone numbers and e-mail and mailing addresses of many more people were stolen in the data breach.
Watch the video for three tips to follow to protect your personal information.