SCARBOROUGH, Maine — One of the largest retail security breaches in recent years has left Hannaford Bros. here and industry experts wondering how retailers will be able to ensure that consumers can safely use credit and debit cards to pay for purchases. Hannaford Bros., a division of Belgium-based Delhaize Group, acknowledged last week that, despite certified security controls, a data breach had exposed 4.2 million credit and debit cards to fraudulent misuse and that about 1,800 cases of ...

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