Payment Cards Used at 216 Restaurants Potentially Affected.
By Jeffrey Roman, September 24, 2014.
The restaurant chain Jimmy John's has confirmed a payment card data breach that affected about 216 of its locations in 40 states.
Potentially exposed information includes card numbers and, in some cases, the cardholder's name, verification code and/or the card's expiration date. Information entered online, such as customer address, e-mail and password, remains secure, the company says. The Champaign, Ill.-based restaurant chain, which has more than 2,000 locations, ....
By Jeffrey Roman, September 19, 2014
Travel-booking website Viator is notifying approximately 1.4 million customers about a data breach that could potentially affect payment card data, along with other personal information, used to make bookings through the company's websites and mobile offerings.
In August, Viator officially became part of the TripAdvisor family of ......
By Jeffrey Roman, September 20, 2014. Follow Jeffrey @gen_sec
Sheplers, a western-wear retailer based in Frisco, Texas, says the company's payment systems have been breached by hackers who gained access to some of its customers' payment card information.
The breach potentially impacts customers who used payment cards at Sheplers' retail locations ...
By Jeffrey Roman, September 23, 2014
Latest in Series of Legal Actions Against Retailer By Jeffrey Roman
A $500 million class action lawsuit against Home Depot has been filed in Canada following the disclosure by the retailer that 56 million payment cards were exposed in a data breach.
July 23 2014 By Robert Siciliano in Featured , IT
The biggest threat to your data may not come from external hackers. Here's how to guard against intentional or accidental internal cyber breaches.
The NSA leaks we keep hearing about are a constant reminder of just how vulnerable data is and how this vulnerability can result in data breaches by organization insiders