Canada’s Recipe Unlimited hit with cyberattack forcing some locations to close

The Canadian restaurant chains owned by Recipe Unlimited were hit late last week with a cyberattack that has forced some of its locations to temporarily close.

The Ontario-based company, which until recently was known as Cara Operations, reported it is experiencing issues impacting its point of sale operations and that some locations have been closed as a precautionary measure. Recipe Unlimited operates more than 1,000 restaurants throughout Canada under several names including Swiss Chalet, Harvey’s and Kelsey Roadhouse.

The company reported the attack began on September 28 and the company immediately took steps to mitigate the situation.

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