These 13 Stores Have Had Breaches in the Last Year [LIST]
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.
- 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.
- K-Mart and Sears are owned by the same umbrella company and therefore, they too were affected.
- 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.
- Best Buy announced a breach on April 5th but said only a small bit of online customers were affected.
- 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.
- That breach also includes Lord & Taylor since they have the same umbrella company.
- Under Armor, which confirmed a breach with their MyFitnessPal app, estimated 150 million being affected.
- Panera Bread announced their website breach on April 2nd and have since announced their website has been fixed.
- Forever 21 alerted customers to a breach in November and customers from March through October 2017 are vulnerable.
- Sonic announced that about 5million people were affected by "unusual security regarding credit cards being used at Sonic."
- Whole Foods announced their breach in August, not much detail, they just said they "recently received information regarding unauthorized access of payment card information."
- GameStop confirmed their breach in April 2017, people who are vulnerable shopped from August 10, 2016 to February 9, 2017
- Arby's confirmed their breach in February 2017 and may have affected 355,000 credit and debit cards.