Chipotle Reports Data Breach Impacted Almost All Restaurants

Burritos and Breaches Popular restaurant, Chipotle, has been a recent victim of a data breach.  The restaurant reported almost all of their Chipotle locations were impacted, as well as their Pizzeria Locale eateries.  Current reports are suggesting the breach was executed through the company’s point-of-sale (PoS) system.  The information exposed included credit card numbers, expiration dates […]

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2.2M Voice Recordings Leaked From Children’s Toy, CloudPets

CloudPets Breached Leaving 820k Users Exposed The children’s toy, CloudPets, has been breached, leaving 820,000 users exposed.  This led to an estimated 2.2 million voice recordings between parents and their children being leaked.  What is most shocking is just how avoidable this data breach was. According to Troy Hunt, the platform the toy used, MongoDB, did […]

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3,400 Websites Compromised After Cloudflare Breach

Thousands of Sites Impacted by Cloudflare Breach Cloudflare, a popular content delivery network, was recently breached.  This breach impacted 3,400 websites, including popular sites such as Fitbit and Uber.  A full list of impacted websites has not been released. Cloudflare has made a public statement on their blog, “The bug was serious because the leaked memory […]

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More Security Breaches, Why Restaurants Are Becoming The Hacker’s Dream

You may have heard about the recent security breach that impacted fast food giant, Arby’s.  The hackers were able to gain access to Arby’s systems and obtain an estimated 350,000 credit card numbers from customers who visited the restaurant chain from October 2016 to January 2017.  Last year, Wendy’s, another major fast food chain, was hit with a breach […]

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HUD Security Breaches Result in More Than 475,000 Leaked Records

HUD Breaches Leave Thousands Exposed National Mortgage News reported the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) suffered two major breaches in August and September. The first resulted in over 50,000 leaked records, and the second, over 420,000 records. The exposure was through the department’s website, where this private information was inadvertently made public. The individuals […]

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