Hannaford Update 

The multi-million dollar tab for replacing credit and debit cards compromised by the Hannaford brothers security breach will likely be borne by banks and credit unions that issued the cards.The Scarborough-based supermarket chain says it fulfilled its responsibility by identifying and fixing the breach and notifying customers, credit card companies and financial institutions.

The data breach affected more than 4 million cards used at hannaford stores. Most financial institutions are reissuing news cards to the affected customers. Banks and credit unions say the cost of reissuing cards is at their expense.