Burgerville discloses year-long data breach, courtesy of FIN7 cybergang

Add fast-casual restaurant chain Burgerville to the list of retail and hospitality companies victimized by the Eastern European cybercrime group FIN7.

The Vancouver, Wash.-based restaurant operator disclosed in an online security alert and FAQ page that it was infected with malware by FIN7, aka the Carbanak Group, resulting in a data breach that compromised customers’ payment card information.

The company, which has over 40 locations in the Pacific Northwest, said that any customers who visited a Burgerville restaurant between September 2017 and Sept. 30, 2018 are potentially impacted.

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