Omni Hotels & Resorts has announced that 80 percent of their North American hotels had their point-of-sale systems compromised by malware between December 23, 2015 and June 14, 2016. It is believed that payment card information for more than 50,000 Omni customers may have been compromised due to this breach.
Wendy's, the Ohio-based fast-food chain, announced a point-of-sale terminal breach in late January 2016. In July 2016, the company announced that the breach was significantly larger than previously disclosed.
The restaurant chain Noodles & Company has announced that the payment information of an undisclosed number of customers has been compromised. Customers who used their credit or debit card at one of the affected stores in 27 states and the District of Columbia are being advised to take precautions against fraud....
The social media website Myspace has announced that it was the victim of possibly the largest password breach in history. Approximately 360 million email addresses and 427 million passwords of Myspace users recently appeared on the dark web for sale. The breach is believed to have compromised the login credentials of all accounts...
LinkedIn, the professional social networking site, has announced that the 2012 breach that compromised 6.5 million login credentials is now much more extensive than they originally believed. The breached information is now known to include information on 167 million LinkedIn accounts, 117 million of which contain both the emails and the passwords of users. It is...
Lifeboat Network, a division of Minnesota-based Hydreon Corporation, has announced that it experienced a data breach that compromised email addresses, usernames, and weakly-hashed passwords on 7 million users. Lifeboat is the operator of a network of servers for the popular Minecraft PE mobile game.
Orlando-based Rosen Hotels & Resorts has posted a data breach warning for customers who visited their hotels over an 18-month period. The chain joins Hyatt, Trump Hotels, Hilton Hotels, and Starwood Hotels as the latest hotel and resort chain falling victim to data breaches.
Ft. Myers, Florida-based 21st Century Oncology, which operates a chain of 181 cancer treatment centers in the U.S. and Canada, has reported a breach that may have exposed information on up to 2.2 million customers.
The restaurant, casino, and entertainment company, which owns Landry's Seafood, McCormick & Schmick's, Morton's, and Bubba Gump Shrimp restaurants, has received reports of unauthorized charges on credit cards of customers who had dined at its restaurants.
On December 23, 2015, Hyatt Hotels reported that it was investigating cyberattacks that caused data breaches at its properties from August 13 to December 8, 2015.