The Target data breach story got worse on Friday, when the company revealed that as many as 110 million of its customers' credit and debit card data may have been stolen -- almost three times as many as initial estimates. On my America Weekend show, I asked security expert Hemu Nigam:
what customers should do to protect themselves and their identities;
how Target is handling the public relations crisis that caused its sales to drop after the first announcement of the problem on December 19th;
what the breach says about keeping so much data in the cloud, where it seems more vulnerable to hackers.