The 266-location Jason's Deli is notifying its customers that their payment card information may have been compromised through a point of sale data breach.
With just a few more shopping days available before Christmas, cybercriminals are taking advantage of online shoppers' frenzied buying habits by injecting the Zeus Panda banking trojan into a wide range of retail and travel sites, along with spreading the malware through malspam.
The clothing retailer Forever 21 reported today that some of its payment card systems had been breached when the installed encryption was not activated.
ShopRite supermarket customers who patronized the chain's store in Kingston, N.Y. may have had their payment card and some health information compromised when the store improperly discarded an electronic signature device used in the store's pharmacy.
Two Sonic Drive-In customers are taking legal action against Sonic for allowing their payment card data to possibly have been compromised when the fast-food chain's POS system was hacked and are demanding the company pay for credit monitoring services for those affected.
Gainsville police said they are searching for a man whose image was captured on June 30 at the Campus USA Credit Union in Gainsville where he allegedly used the login credentials from more than 40 people whose data was taken during the Chipotle Data breach in May.
A year-old malvertising campaign has helped researchers uncover a new exploit kit (EK) called Sundown-Pirate that is being used to deliver a plethora of malware types.
A subsidiary of the California Association of Realtors suffered a data breach that exposed user information for a two-month period earlier this year.
The Select Restaurant chain reported it suffered a point-of-sale breach during which customer payment card information was compromised.
Sabre Corporation, a $3.37 billion company that provides technology solutions to airline and hotel companies, has disclosed a breach of its Hospitality Solutions SynXis Central Reservations system, which may have exposed consumers' payment card data and personally identifiable information.
Best American Hospitality Corp. reported that 37 Shoney's restaurants it manages and operates were hit with point-of-sale (POS) malware starting in late December and lasting through early March.
Unsurprisingly, Wonga customers have been told to change their passwords after the payday loan firm admitted it had suffered a major data breach affecting 250,000 customers.
GameStop is investigating a possible payment card breach on the retailer's GameStop.com online store, according to published reports.
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance has filed a lawsuit asking a Florida judge to formally state that the insurance company is not responsible for paying any costs related to a data breach that took place at Rosen Hotels & Resorts.
The fast food restaurant chain Arby's has suffered a breach involving the payment card systems in up to 1,100 of its locations.
Sophos researchers pulled the covers off a phishing scam hitting Amazon customers who are looking for deals on electronics that are too good to be true.
Apparently, it's always better late than never, but one wonders how much damages was already done.
A research team from Newcastle University in the U.K. discovered a method to hack credit cards including dates and security codes in as little as six seconds.
Citing technological and regulatory challenges, Mastercard and Visa have postponed their liability deadlines for merchants to employ EMV chip card technology at automated fuel pumps, from October 2017 to October 2020.
Madison Square Garden Company (MSG) reported payment card information was stolen from potentially hundreds of thousands of customers who attended shows or sporting events at the organization's five major venues during the last year.
Hackers exploited security vulnerabilities and weak passwords to burrow their way into a number of e-commerce sites, including that of the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
Building a culture of cybersecurity within enterprises is essential in today's fast-paced world of online transactions.
The increasing security provided by EMV payment cards, or chip cards, may be compelling European criminals to eschew the use of malware in favor of explosives to steal money from ATMs.