Georgia-based parking operator Park ‘N Fly (PNF) is notifying an undisclosed number of individuals of a security compromise involving payment card data processed through the PNF e-commerce website.
How many victims? Undisclosed.
What type of personal information? Names, billing addresses, email addresses, PNF passwords, phone numbers, card numbers, CVV codes and card expiration dates.
What happened? PNF said that the security of some data from certain payment cards that were used to make reservations through PNF’s e-commerce website is at risk.
What was the response? The data compromise has been contained. An investigation is ongoing. All impacted individuals are being notified, and offered a free year of identity monitoring and identity protection services.
Details: On Tuesday, a message on the PNF website stated that system maintenance is being performed and that transactions cannot be processed.
Quote: “PNF is committed to protecting its customers and their information, and will continue a comprehensive response to thoroughly investigate and respond to the incident and improve its data security,” according to a notification posted to the PNF website. “The company is also is working with law enforcement and credit card brands.”
Source: pnf.com, “Park ‘N Fly Notifies Customers of Data Security Compromise,” Jan. 13, 2015; PNF did not respond to a SCMagazine.com request for additional information.