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.
LockPoS, a point-of-sale malware program discovered in 2017 stealing payment card data from computers' memory, is now using a new malware injection technique designed to bypass antivirus hooks and evade detection.
A POS malware infection was responsible for compromising payment card data collected at certain Forever 21 stores last year -- an attack that was exacerbated by a lack of encryption on some devices, the apparel retailer stated.
Between the holiday shopping season now being in full swing and the growing number of retailers hit with data breaches Tripwire was surprised that a recent survey it conducted found a large percentage of retailers had no data breach response plan in place.
Cyber Monday may still be "a thing" but online shopping for the holidays is already well under way. With that in mind Malwarebyte's has pulled together a list of safe trips for all those who would rather not brave the crowds and weather and shop from home.
The clothing retailer Forever 21 reported today that some of its payment card systems had been breached when the installed encryption was not activated.
Hilton hotels has reached a $700,000 joint settlement with the New York Attorney General's office for a pair of data breaches that were discovered in 2015, including one that exposed more than 350,000 credit card numbers.
Domino's Pizza Australia has disclosed that a data breach at one of its third-party suppliers may have resulted in a spam campaign aimed at customers of the restaurant and food delivery chain.
Any way you slice it, it's not great news for Pizza Hut customers who learned on Saturday that their personal data was stolen during an Oct. 1-2 breach of the Italian food chain's website.
Amazon's recent supermarket acquisition Whole Foods Market disclosed on Thursday that its has suffered a point-of-sale data breach that compromised the payment card information of customers who used its taprooms and full table-service restaurants.
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.
SAP on Tuesday released a dozen security notes after developing patches for a series of vulnerabilities, including a high-priority flaw in its Point of Sale Retail Xpress Server that could expose the server to attackers.
An annual audit of more than 1,000 top websites found that 52 percent have highly trustworthy cybersecurity and privacy practices, yet 46 percent failed the assessment altogether, with bank sites surprisingly faring worst of all.
WannaCry ransomware stole most of the headlines in May, but researchers have noted that Jaff ransomware, which was wreaking havoc at the same time, is being operated from the same server as a large Dark Web department store.
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.
GameStop is investigating a possible payment card breach on the retailer's GameStop.com online store, according to published reports.
The McDonald's Canada career website has suffered a data breach that compromised about 95,000 restaurant job applications, the fast-food giant acknowledged on Friday in a company statement.
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.
Fast-foot chain Arby's is now facing a total of eight lawsuits stemming from a data breach that was discovered in February and affected around 1,000 locations, the AP has reported.
Saks Fifth Avenue reportedly exposed the personal information of tens of thousands of customers in plain text on publically accessible pages.
The company said attackers didn't target merchants and the security and integrity of its networks remained intact.
The California-based security has published an analysis which claims not much effort has been put into the new variant, and as a result was a doddle to catch.
The British Retail Consortium releases practical guidance for British retail businesses to ensure they have the appropriate preventative and response measures in place to reduce their vulnerabilities and to protect both themselves and their customers.
The fast food restaurant chain Arby's has suffered a breach involving the payment card systems in up to 1,100 of its locations.