Fifteen months after DiBella’s Old Fashioned Submarines was notified by the FBI and credit card companies of a data breach the sandwich shop chain has issued a notice informing its customers of the incident. The company reported its stores in Connecticut, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, New York and Pennsylvania may have had the information on as many as 305,000 payment cards compromised. DiBella’s said it was informed by the FBI and its credit card firms on August 27, 2018 of the data breach and that Fin7 were the likely actors behind the attack gaining access to the company’s payment card data and computer system.
Source: SC Magazine
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