Data for 60,000 Pizza Hut customers was compromised over the weekend.
Another major brand has been affected by a data breach. According to a recent Nation’s Restaurant News article, Pizza Hut announced that 60,000 customers may have had their personal information compromised during the weekend due to a “third-party security intrusion.” Yum! Brands sent an email out to customers on Saturday warning of the hack to its website and mobile app during a 28-hour period prior. Names, billing zip codes, delivery addresses, email address and payment card information are all types of data that may have been compromised.
“We take the information security of our customers very seriously and invest in resources to protect the customer information in our care,” said Pizza Hut. “We value the trust our customers place in us, regret that this happened, and apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.”
The brand has offered free credit monitoring will Kroll Information Assurance LLC for a year for those who register before January 11 and has warned customers to be on the lookout for scams because of the hack.
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