Conservatives will convene in Washington to discuss an escalating cyber attack on Target and a data breach that left the retailer vulnerable to hackers.
Conservatives are expected to discuss the Target data breach on Wednesday, when the House is expected to vote on a cybersecurity bill.
The Congressional Budget Office says the breach at the chain has cost Target more than $5 billion.
Target, meanwhile, says it is on the front lines of the cyberattack.
The House is also expected to consider a cybersecurity spending bill, a bill that the White House is trying to force through Congress.