You've been seeing the headlines going around, breach after breach in stores you shop it. I grabbed them all, here's a list, just so you know what information of yours may be out there.

Take into account that each of these stores had a breach since January 2017 and you may have already protected yourself. This is the list Business Insider put together, take a look.

  1. Sears announced their breach on April 4th of this year, it affects shoppers who used Sears from September 27, 2017 to October 12, 2017 which was about 100,000 people.
  2. K-Mart and Sears are owned by the same umbrella company and therefore, they too were affected.
  3. Delta, as Chrissy detailed in an earlier post, uses some of the same services as Sears. They didn't go into detail how many people were affected but payment information.
  4. Best Buy announced a breach on April 5th but said only a small bit of online customers were affected.
  5. Saks Fifth Avenue, Chrissy also mentioned in an earlier post, also confirmed the breach this April, mentioned that online customers were not affected but were unsure of the actual number.
  6. That breach also includes Lord & Taylor since they have the same umbrella company.
  7. Under Armor, which confirmed a breach with their MyFitnessPal app, estimated 150 million being affected.
  8. Panera Bread announced their website breach on April 2nd and have since announced their website has been fixed.
  9. Forever 21 alerted customers to a breach in November and customers from March through October 2017 are vulnerable.
  10. Sonic announced that about 5million people were affected by "unusual security regarding credit cards being used at Sonic."
  11. Whole Foods announced their breach in August, not much detail, they just said they "recently received information regarding unauthorized access of payment card information."
  12. GameStop confirmed their breach in April 2017, people who are vulnerable shopped from August 10, 2016 to February 9, 2017
  13. Arby's confirmed their breach in February 2017 and may have affected 355,000 credit and debit cards.