Chili's restaurant revealed there was a data breach of credit card information at some of its restaurants in March and April.
They said that malware was used to gather card information including credit and debit card numbers and names of cardholders. According to the statement, the company learned of the breach on Friday.
"We deeply value our relationships with our Guests and sincerely apologize to those who may have been affected", the chain said.
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Chili's does not collect certain personal information (such as social security number, full date of birth, or federal or state identification number) from Guests.
Once Chili's was notified, the company says it immediately activated its response plan and began working with third-party forensic experts to investigate what happened. Below is information on how you can protect yourself and your information. We are committed to sharing additional information on this ongoing investigation.
Chili's did not go into detail about which of the corporate-owned restaurants were affected, nor how many people may have been impacted. They are continuing to investigate the situation.