The online food ordering and delivery service EatStreet
informed its customers and partners that it suffered a data breach exposing a
variety of personal data including payment card information.
According to the California State Attorney General’s office, EatStreet sent letters to its diners, delivery and restaurant partners. In each letter the company noted that it became aware on May 17, 2019 that an unauthorized third party had gained entry to the firm’s network on May 3. While the company was at that point able to shut down access, it was too late to stop information from being compromised.
For the diner/consumers the company said the malicious
actors may have accessed the payment card information for a limited number of
diners and for that specific group this would have included included name,
credit card ending in numbers , expiration date, card verification code,
billing address, email address and phone number.
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