Twin Cities Buca Di Beppo Locations Possibly Impacted By Data Breach

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The Orlando, Fla. -based company said it Buca di Beppo, Earl of Sandwich, Planet Hollywood, Chicken Guy!, Mixology and Tequila Taqueria brands were impacted.

Earl Enterprises said the malicious software captured credit card data including credit and debit card numbers, expiration dates and in some cases, cardholder names.

You can obtain additional information by calling Earl Enterprises' dedicated call center toll-free at 888-437-2399 between 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Early Enterprises, the owner of Buca di Beppo and several other restaurants, announced Monday that a data breach may have affected payment card information of guests at their restaurants. As part of the investigation, they have been in contact with federal law enforcement officials and are cooperating with them. People who paid for orders online through third-parties need not worry though, since the malware was localized.

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"The security and privacy of our guests' payment card data is a top priority", the release stated, "and Earl Enterprises deeply regrets that this incident occurred".

The company said it will closely monitor its systems and increase security measures for its payment networks.

Earl Enterprises said those who dined at one of the company's restaurants should review their credit and debit card account statements as soon as possible and look for any suspicious charges and activities. Those who do spot something should notify the card issuer immediately.

Only Earl Enterprises restaurants were affected. They didn't say how many people were affected by the breach, but another source - KrebsOnSecurity, claims that we're talking about more than two million unique entries.